Ulnar hypoplasia-split foot syndrome
Synonyms: Ulnar hypoplasia-lobster-claw deformity of feet syndrome | Van den Berghe-Dequecker syndrome
Ulnar hypoplasia-split foot syndrome is characterised by the association of severe ulnar hypoplasia absence of fingers two to five and split-foot. It has been described in four males belonging to two generations of the same family. X-linked recessive inheritance is suggested but autosomal dominant transmission cannot be excluded.
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