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Symphalangism is a rare congenital condition characterized by stiffness of the digits caused by ankylosis of the interphalangeal joints of the fingers and toes. Symphalangism was first described by Harvey Cushing in 1916.
KeywordsInterphalangeal Joint Autosomal Dominant Disorder Autosomal Dominant Inheritance Bony Fusion Distal Interphalangeal Joint
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