Familial isolated clinodactyly of fingers
Familial isolated clinodactyly of fingers is a rare genetic non-syndromic congenital limb malformation disorder characterized by angulation of a digit in the radio-ulnar (coronal) plane away from the axis of joint flexion-extension in several members of a single family with no other associated manifestations. Deviation is usually bilateral and commonly involves the fifth finger. Affected digits present trapezoidal or delta-shaped phalanges on imaging.
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Orphadata: Free access data from Orphanet. © INSERM 1999. Available on http: //www.orphadata.org. Data version September 2023.
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