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What is Terminal Transverse Defect?

What is Terminal Transverse Defect?

  • Terminal Transverse Defect: A medical term used to describe a malformation where the end portions of the fingers are missing. The anomaly varies in severity from the absence of the end portions of the fingers to the complete absence of all the fingers. Usually only one hand is affected.

Terminal Transverse Defect: Introduction

Types of Terminal Transverse Defect:

Broader types of Terminal Transverse Defect:

What causes Terminal Transverse Defect?

Causes of Terminal Transverse Defect: see causes of Terminal Transverse Defect

What are the symptoms of Terminal Transverse Defect?

Symptoms of Terminal Transverse Defect: see symptoms of Terminal Transverse Defect

How is it treated?

Treatments for Terminal Transverse Defect: see treatments for Terminal Transverse Defect

Name of Terminal Transverse Defect

Main name of condition: Terminal Transverse Defect

 

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