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Horn-Kolb syndrome

Horn-Kolb syndrome: Introduction

Horn-Kolb syndrome: A congenital malformation involving symmetrically absent hands and feet. Little lumps on the ends of the limbs may be all that remains of the fingers and toes. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Horn-Kolb syndrome is available below.

Symptoms of Horn-Kolb syndrome

  • Absent hands
  • Absent feet
  • Projections on ends of arm stumps
  • Projections on ends of leg stumps
  • more symptoms...»

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Causes of Horn-Kolb syndrome

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Misdiagnosis and Horn-Kolb syndrome

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