Figure 3.189. The hands of die same infant. The figure on the left shows a single palmar crease on the right hand and the figure on die right shows a Sydney line on the left hand. A Sydney line is often reported as a single palmar crease but note that there are two separate transverse palmar creases which are joined by another crease. These palmar findings are common in many normal infants and are seen in many syndromes.
Figure 3.190. Syndactyly of the second and third toes is a common finding in Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome, but may occur in normal patients or in many other syndromes.
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