arachnodactyly

(ә-rak″no-dakĀ“tә-le) extreme length and slenderness of the fingers or toes, as in Marfan syndrome.
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arachnodactyly

<clinical sign> A skeletal disorder where the patient has unusually long, thin bones, especially noticeable in the fingers and toes. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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arachnodactyly

arachnodactyly, arachnodactylia The long thin fingers and toes seen in certain dysplasias; such as, the Marfan syndrome. Also called spider finger, dolichostenomelia, acromacria, arachnodactylia.
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Arachnodactyly

Arachnodactyly: Long spider-like fingers and toes, a frequent finding in Marfan syndrome, a heritable disorder of connective tissue. 'Arachnodactyly' is derived from the Greek 'arachne' (spider) and 'daktylos' (finger). The Greek word was derived from the name 'Arachne,' a maiden in Greek mythology whom the goddess Athena turned into a spider after...
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arachnodactyly

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-rak′nō-dak′ti-lē Definitions: 1. A condition in which the hands and fingers, and often the feet and toes, are abnormally long and slender; a characteristic of Marfan syndrome [MIM*154700], Achard syndrome [MIM*100700], MASS syndrome [MIM*157700], and related hereditary disorders of connective t...
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