polysyndactyly

polysyndactyly

 [pol″e-sin-dak´tĭ-le]
hereditary association of polydactyly (extra fingers or toes) and syndactyly (webbed fingers or toes).

pol·y·syn·dac·ty·ly

(pol'ē-sin-dak'ti-lē),
Syndactyly of several fingers or toes. There are several forms: a simple one [MIM*174700] and one with abnormal skull shape, Grieg cephalopolysyndactyly syndrome [MIM*175700], both inherited as an autosomal dominant trait; a recessive form is associated with cardiac defects [MIM*263630].

pol·y·syn·dac·ty·ly

(pol'ē-sin-dak'ti-lē)
Syndactyly of several fingers or toes.
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It could, rarely, be seen in association with such hand anomalies as the mirror hand, polysyndactyly, and ulnar dimelia.
Right-sided Polysyndactyly & Left-sided Postaxial Polydactyly
of Cases Total (Percentage) Cases Polydactyly 20(57.14%) 35 Syndactyly 8(22.56%) Thumb aplasia (ectrodactyly) 1(2.86%) Brachydactyly 1(2.86%) Constriction ring 1(2.86%) Polysyndactyly 1(2.86%) Macrodactyly 2(5.71%) Lobster claw hand 1(2.86%) Table 2.
The possible association between the combination of vaginal metronidazole and miconazole treatment and polysyndactyly. Population-based case-control teratologic study.
Coronal synostosis: Its familial characteristics and associate clinical findings in 109 patients lacking bilateral polysyndactyly or syndactyly.
CASE SUMMARY: Two days old baby presented with craniofacial malformations and polysyndactyly of foot.
Radiograph of both the foot taken and Revealed: Preaxial polysyndactyly of both the foot.
Here we report a very rare case of macrodactyly with polysyndactyly of distal phalanx of second toe.