Adducted Thumb Syndrome Recessive Form
Type of disease: Rare Condition or Disease
Adducted thumb syndrome recessive form is a rare genetic disorder reported in one family. This disorder affects multiple parts of the body, and children are born with clasped thumbs, a small head, a cleft palate, and difficulty breathing. Individuals will most often also have intellectual disability. Because of difficulty breathing, individuals with this disorder often do not survive past childhood.