Hypo Plastic Toe Nails

Oedema Hypoplastic Nails
Figure 4.63. Note the hypoplastic nails in the same infant with Turner's syndrome. Hypoplastic finger and toe nails are commonly noted in infants widi Turner's syndrome in that the nails are narrow, hyperconvex, and may be deep set.

4.64

Figure 4.64. Note the marked lymphedema of both legs and feet in the same infant with Turner's syndrome. The marked lymphedema in Turner's syndrome is a pitting edema. Compare this with congenital lymphedema (Milroy's disease) where the edema is non-pitting.

Turners Syndrome

4.65

Figure 4.65. There is marked webbing of the neck in this infant with Turner's syndrome. Note the low posterior hairline. Compare this with the webbing of the neck and high hairline in trisomy 21 (see Figure 4.47). The infant also had congenital heart disease (coarctation of the aorta).

Figure 4.65. There is marked webbing of the neck in this infant with Turner's syndrome. Note the low posterior hairline. Compare this with the webbing of the neck and high hairline in trisomy 21 (see Figure 4.47). The infant also had congenital heart disease (coarctation of the aorta).

Your Heart and Nutrition

Your Heart and Nutrition

Prevention is better than a cure. Learn how to cherish your heart by taking the necessary means to keep it pumping healthily and steadily through your life.

Get My Free Ebook


Responses

  • miia
    How to remove mole with nail?
    8 years ago

Post a comment