Syndactyly of fingers with fusion of bones
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Abstract Introduction: Polydactyly, or polydactylism, is a common congenital disorder of the limbs, consisting of any digit… Expand We present our first experience of using HDlive Studio and HDlive silhouette mode to diagnose Apert syndrome. A 31-year-old… Expand Letter to editor: We read with great interest the case presented by Dr. Weinrich et al.  about novel nonsyndromic unilateral… Expand As well as craniofacial synostosis, complex syndactyly of hands is a distinctive feature of Apert syndrome. Consideration of… Expand Mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) survivors claim advantage in retraining their brains with neuroplasticity based cognitive… Expand Symbrachydactyly is a uncommon congenital hand anomaly characterized by short and fused fingers. We report here an interesting… Expand Abstract Culled bananas (dwarf ‘Brazilian’, ‘Grand Nain’, ‘Valery’, and ‘Williams’) sampled from packing houses on the islands of… Expand The authors report on their experience with the surgical treatment of syndactylia and flexor contracture in recessive dystrophic… Expand Abstract : Changes in the tensile and tensile yield strengths after fusing Teflon on magnesium alloy AZ31B-H24, and aluminum… Expand