macrodactyly


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macrodactyly

/mac·ro·dac·ty·ly/ (-dak´tĭ-le) megalodactyly.

macrodactyly

The presence of large digits (fingers or toes).

macrodactyly

Abnormally large fingers or toes.

macrodactyly

abnormal largeness of the digits.
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In static macrodactyly, the deformity is present in infancy and is usually have diffuse enlargement of the digit.
Pedal macrodactyly tends to be mostly of the progressive type.
Macrodactyly affects the fingers more frequently than the toes.
Unlike most cases in the literature, our patient was a male, with a painless mass along with macrodactyly of left index finger.
MR diagnosis of fibrolipomatous hamartoma of nerve: association with nerve territory oriented macrodactyly [macrodystrophia lipomatosa].
In conclusion, radiological investigations especially CT and MRI are essential to make a definitive noninvasive diagnosis of macrodystrophia lipomatosa and help to differentiate from other causes of macrodactyly.
The differential diagnoses of MDL and macrodactyly include neurofibromatosis, hemangiomatosis, lymphangiomatosis, Proteus syndrome, and fibrolipomatous hamartomas.
In conclusion, determination of the cause of macrodactyly is clinically difficult due to the many possible etiologies.
MR diagnosis of fibrolipomatous hamartoma of nerve: association with nerve territory-oriented macrodactyly (Macrodystrophia lipomatosa) Skeletal Radiol.
1] Congenital macrodactyly is an independent pathological process and this is consistent with what Barsky postulated i.
On physical examination, we found macrodactyly of the left second toe which was noticed by his parent since the birth of child.
In the present case report, patient reported with macrodactyly.