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Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.

Introduction: Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.

Description of Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.

Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet. (medical condition): A condition which is characterised by ulnar hypoplasia with...more »

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Ulnar hypoplasia lobster claw deformity of feet:
  »Introduction: Ulnar hypoplasia lobster claw deformity of feet
  »Symptoms of Ulnar hypoplasia lobster claw deformity of feet

Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.: Related Topics

These medical condition or symptom topics may be relevant to medical information for Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.:

Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.: Rare Disease

Office of Rare Diseases (ORD) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet. is listed as a "rare disease" by the Office of Rare Diseases (ORD) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This means that Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet., or a subtype of Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet., affects less than 200,000 people in the US population.
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Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet. as a Disease

Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.: Another name for Ulnar hypoplasia lobster claw deformity of feet (or close medical condition association).
  »Introduction: Ulnar hypoplasia lobster claw deformity of feet
  »Symptoms of Ulnar hypoplasia lobster claw deformity of feet

Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.: Related Diseases

Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.: Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet. is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Symptoms of Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet. (Ulnar hypoplasia lobster claw deformity of feet)

Some of the symptoms of Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet. incude:

Terms associated with Complete absence of the ulna and of fingers 2 to 5, together with lobster-claw deformity of the feet.:

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