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What is Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication?

What is Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication?

  • Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication: A rare birth malformation where the thumb has three bones instead of the normal two which gives it a fingerlike appearance. An extra toe is also present.

Ophanet, a consortium of European partners, currently defines a condition rare when it affects 1 person per 2,000. They list Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication as a "rare disease".
Source - Orphanet

Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication: Introduction

Types of Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication:

Broader types of Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication:

What causes Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication?

Causes of Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication: see causes of Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication

What are the symptoms of Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication?

Symptoms of Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication: see symptoms of Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication

Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication: Testing

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication: Medical Geneticist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication.
Treatments for Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication: see treatments for Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication

Name and Aliases of Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication

Main name of condition: Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication

Other names or spellings for Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication:

Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs duplication of the, Merlob-Grunebaum-Reisner syndrome, Familial opposable triphalangeal thumbs associated with duplication of the big toes

 

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