Warts Between Toes Pictures

Warts Toes

Figure 1.122. Central polydactyly of the left foot with syndactyly of the first and second toes of both feet. This infant, who clinically was not typical of a trisomy 18, had the radiographic findings of a gracile appearance of the ribs and an antimon-goloid pelvis. The karyotype was a typical trisomy 18.

Figure 1.122. Central polydactyly of the left foot with syndactyly of the first and second toes of both feet. This infant, who clinically was not typical of a trisomy 18, had the radiographic findings of a gracile appearance of the ribs and an antimon-goloid pelvis. The karyotype was a typical trisomy 18.

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Figure 1.123. Syndactyly in an otherwise normal infant is of no medical or cosmetic significance and involves the toes more frequently than the fingers. Syndactyly refers to fusion of the soft tissues without synostosis. It is also seen in many syndromes such as Smith-Lemli-Opitz, Apert's, and trisomy 18.

Figure 1.124. Syndactyly of the second and third toes bilaterally with markedly hypoplastic nails in an infant who also had a floating thumb of the right hand. Chromosomes were normal.

Figure 1.125. Mild syndactyly of the second and third toes in an infant with the other typical findings of trisomy 18, namely the short big toes and hypoplastic nails.

Figure 1.124. Syndactyly of the second and third toes bilaterally with markedly hypoplastic nails in an infant who also had a floating thumb of the right hand. Chromosomes were normal.

Newborn Apert Syndrome Smith Lemli Opitz Big Toes

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