Unusual hand malformations with cardiac defects—A variant of heart-hand syndrome IV
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- Muranjan, M.N. & Bharucha, L.B.A. Indian J Pediatr (2000) 67: 392. doi:10.1007/BF02820700
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Reported below is the association of unusual hand malformations and congenital cardiac anomalies, possibly a variant of Heart-Hand syndrome IV in a 10 year old male. In addition to these malformations, he also had genitourinary defects. The differential diagnosis of polydactyly with cardiac defects is discussed along with a review of relevant literature.