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Polydactyly, Preaxial 3

Polydactyly, Preaxial 3: Introduction

Polydactyly, Preaxial 3: A medical term for a hand defect where the thumb is partially or completely duplicated. The anomaly can range from a simple broadening of the end thumb bone with a division in the bone tip to a completely duplicated thumb which gives risk to the four subtypes of the anomaly. Type 3 is characterized by the replacement of the thumb with one or two finger-like (triphalangeal) digits which may or may not be opposable. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Polydactyly, Preaxial 3 is available below.

Symptoms of Polydactyly, Preaxial 3

  • Thumb replaced with triphalangeal digit
  • Thumb replaced with two triphalangeal digit - may or may not be opposable
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