Congenital absence/hypoplasia of fingers excluding thumb, unilateral
Synonyms: Adactyly of hand, unilateral | Digits 2-5 hypodactyly, unilateral | Digits 2-5 oligodactyly, unilateral
Congenital absence/hypoplasia of fingers excluding thumb unilateral is a rare non-syndromic terminal transverse limb reduction defect characterized by unilateral absence of the terminal portions of digits 2 to 5 with a mildly hypoplastic thumb and small nail remnants on the digital stumps. Metacarpal bones may be variably reduced.
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