isodactylism

isodactylism

 [i″so-dak´tĭ-lizm]
relatively even length of the fingers.
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i·so·dac·tyl·ism

(ī'sō-dak'ti-lizm),
Condition in which the fingers or toes are all approximately of equal length.
[iso- + G. daktylos, finger]
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