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Congenital Physical Anomaly

This is Left Forearm of a 32 year old female. 1. What is name of the congenital anomaly 2. Can she get a reconstructive surgery for this. Please give your valuble inputs.

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Transverse arrest , unrelated to thallidomide. Very few re constructive options. Thalidomide was banned long back This is not phocomelia , in phocomelia hands are almost normal but there is deficiency of forearm /arm , it appears as if hands are attached to the trunk.
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Thalidomide effect Consult plastic surgeon
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Transverse arrest , unrelated to thallidomide. Very few re constructive options. Thalidomide was banned long back This is not phocomelia , in phocomelia hands are almost normal but there is deficiency of forearm /arm , it appears as if hands are attached to the trunk.
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Look like a terminal deficiency Xray evaluation to assess bones If not reconstructable,hand transplantation an option
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Phocomelia Reconstructive surgeon consultation suggested
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Phocomelia syndrome-sea limb Caused by thalidomide drug
SUGGESTIVE OF PHOCOMELIA SYNDROME...
Agree it is thalidomide abnormality
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Thalidomide Advise Plastic surgeon
Phocomyelia kukunberg operation
Consult plastic surgeon.
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