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DOWNS SYNDROME

ENUMERATE FINDINGS ON THE HANDS. THESE FINDINGS ARE SUGGESTIVE OF WHICH DISORDER?

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SUGGESTIVE. Of DOWN 'S SYNDROME CONGENITAL DISORDER.. BRACHYDACTYLY
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IT'S A CASE OF BRACHYDACTYLY... GENERALLY IT'S NOT ASSOCIATED WITH ANY SYMPTOMS... SO NO TREATMENT IS REQUIRED....... BUT IN SOME CASES DIFFICULTY IN GRIPPING MAY BE THERE.......
SUGGESTIVE. Of DOWN 'S SYNDROME CONGENITAL DISORDER.. BRACHYDACTYLY
Clinodactyly with simian crease typical of Downs syndrome.
Simen’s crease Clinodactyle Down ‘s Syndrome Trisomy 21
BRACHADACTYLY Congenital disorder.
Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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Down's syndrome , Mongolism
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Downs syndrome
Brachydactyly...DD...Down Syndrome.. Brachydactyly is a shortening of the fingers and toes due to unusually short bones. This is an inherited condition, and in most cases does not present any problems for the person who has it. There are different types of brachydactyly, based on which bones are shortened.
Marfans syndrome
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