Congenital ulnar deviation of the fingers with clubfoot deformities

J. R. Fisk, J. H. House, D. S. Bradford

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A family demonstrating an autosomal dominant inheritance of a symptom complex including clubfeet and hands is described. Clinical and anatomic studies revealed absent or hypoplastic digital extensor tendons in the hands suggesting that this is a factor in the pathogenesis of the ulnar deviation deformity of the fingers. Genetic counseling arising from this study can be of assistance to this and other families.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)200-205
Number of pages6
VolumeNo. 104
StatePublished - 1974


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