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Skin Mole Anatomy

Figure 3.146. This infant with the popliteal pterygium syndrome (popliteal web syndrome) shows the unilateral cleft lip and cleft palate. There are lip pits and also note the remnants of the oral frenula which have been cut. Oral frenula are typically seen in these infants and there may be cutaneous webs between the eyelids.

Figure 3.146. This infant with the popliteal pterygium syndrome (popliteal web syndrome) shows the unilateral cleft lip and cleft palate. There are lip pits and also note the remnants of the oral frenula which have been cut. Oral frenula are typically seen in these infants and there may be cutaneous webs between the eyelids.

Figure 3.147. In the same infant note the very marked popliteal webbing which extends from the leg up to the thigh. Also note the divided scrotum with cryptorchidism on the right.

Figure 3.148. A close-up of die large popliteal web. The dense fibrous cord in the posterior portion of the popliteal pterygium may contain die tibial nerve.

Figure 3.149. A posterior view of the lower extremities of the same infant shows the large popliteal pterygia extending from the hips to the ankles. There is also clubbing of both feet, a common finding in this condition.

Figure 3.150. In the same infant there is syndactyly of the toes in both feet. Note the pyramidal form of the skin over the hallux which is typically seen in this condition.

Figure 3.150. In the same infant there is syndactyly of the toes in both feet. Note the pyramidal form of the skin over the hallux which is typically seen in this condition.

Toe Syndactyly Both Feet

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