syndactyly

[n] - birth defect (in humans) in which there is partial or total webbing connecting two or more fingers or toes
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Syndactyly

a condition in which fingers or toes are fused together
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Syndactyly

Syndactyly: A condition in which two or more of the fingers or toes are joined together. This joining can involve the bones or just the skin between the digits. Joining of the bones is called bony syndactyly. Webbing of the skin between the fingers without any joining of the bones is called cutaneous syndactyly. In complete syndactyly, the fingers ...
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syndactyly

<clinical sign, embryology> Webbing between the digits of the hands or feet. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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syndactyly

syndactylism noun birth defect in which there is partial or total webbing connecting two or more fingers or toes
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syndactyly

(sin-dak´tә-le) the most common congenital anomaly of the hand, probably an inherited condition, marked by persistence of webbing between digits (webbed fingers or toes), so that they are more or less completely attached.
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syndactyly

(from the article `digit malformation`) ...it may be removed surgically. Polydactyly sometimes also occurs in various genetic syndromes, including the Ellis–van Crevald syndrome and ...
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syndactyly

syndactyly A situation in which two or more digits are fused together. It occurs normally in some mammals; such as, the siamang (an arboreal black furred gibbon native to the forests of Malaysia and Sumatra). It occurs as a rare abnormality in humans.
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Syndactyly

A birth defect in which the child's fingers or toes are webbed. There are different degrees and variations of syndactyly, ranging from incomplete syndactyly to complete complex syndactyly. The condition occurs during fetal development when the hand and foot is forming from a paddle to separated fingers and toes. If the fingers or toes fail to sepa....
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syndactyly

Type: Term Pronunciation: sin-dak′ti-lē Definitions: 1. Any degree of webbing or fusion of fingers or toes, involving soft parts only or including bone structure; usually autosomal dominant inheritance. Synonyms: symphalangism1, symphalangy, syndactylia, syndactylism
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Syndactyly

Syndactyly (from Greek συν- meaning `together` and δακτυλος meaning `finger`) is a condition wherein two or more digits are fused together. It occurs normally in some mammals, such as the siamang and kangaroo, but is an unusual condition in humans. ==Classification== Syndactyly can be simple or complex. Syndactyly can be complete or...
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