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A four generation autosomal dominant pedigree of brachydactyly type C is presented with its radiological features. The hands and feet were similarly affected. All the subjects showing these changes had shortening of the big toes and, in addition, had cupped ears.
The sagittal plane, computerized tomography (CT) scan has been proposed as the most important radiological view in the diagnosis of orbital floor blow-out fractures. This view however is impractical and unnecessary. Direct, coronal plane CT scan with careful attention paid to the shape of the inferior rectus muscle and antral roof will successfully diagnose… (More)