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Terminal Transverse Defect

Terminal Transverse Defect: Introduction

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. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Terminal Transverse Defect is available below.

Symptoms of Terminal Transverse Defect

  • Absence of varying portions of the fingers
  • Missing end portions of fingers
  • Complete absence of fingers.
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Causes of Terminal Transverse Defect

  • Smoking during pregnancy is a possible risk factor for this defect
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