brachysyndactyly

brach·y·syn·dac·ty·ly

(brak'ē-sin-dak'ti-lē),
Abnormal shortness of fingers or toes combined with a webbing between the adjacent digits.
[brachy- + syndactyly]

brach·y·syn·dac·ty·ly

(brak'ē-sin-dak'ti-lē)
Abnormal shortness of the digits (i.e., fingers, toes) combined with a webbing between the adjacent digits.
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Her physical examination was normal except absent pectoralis major muscle, short forearm, hypoplastic hand, brachysyndactyly, second-third finger hypoplasia, and atrophic breast on the right, components of her Poland syndrome diagnosis (Figure 1, 2).
Lenz Majewski Hyperostotic Dwarfism (LMHD) was first described by Braham RL, in 1969, in a paediatric patient with several clinical features identical to Camurati-Engleman syndrome, another hyperostotic disorder associated with unusual features of progeria, widened ribs, enamel dysplasia, webbed hands and brachysyndactyly.1 Another paediatric patient with strikingly similar characteristics of progeria, enamel hypoplasia, craniodiaphyseal hyperostosis, choanal atresia and symphalangism, was later reported by Lenz and Majewski.2 These malformations were subsequently compiled into a distinct entity, LMHD.
In the left hand there was complete absence of thumb radial inclination of index finger and brachysyndactyly of 4th-5th fingers.