Brachydactylia with symphalangism, probably autosomal recessive
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Association, in one patient, of the following malformations: brachydactylia of all segments but terminal phalanges; proximal symphalangism of many fingers and toes; abnormalities of carpal and tarsal bones; partial duplication of both big toes; mild hypertelorism. Genetic transmission seems to be recessive autosomal.
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