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What are the symptoms of syndactyly?

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Dr. Donna Wilkins
Pediatrics - Neonatology
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In brief: Syndactyly

Syndactyly, a common congenital hand anomaly, is an abnormal connection of fingers or toes to one another—the digits are "webbed, " and have failed to separate normally during development.
It most commonly involves the middle and ring fingers. In about 50% of cases, both hands are involved. Syndactyly may occur alone, or with other anomalies. There may be skin and soft tissue fusion or bony fusion.

In brief: Syndactyly

Syndactyly, a common congenital hand anomaly, is an abnormal connection of fingers or toes to one another—the digits are "webbed, " and have failed to separate normally during development.
It most commonly involves the middle and ring fingers. In about 50% of cases, both hands are involved. Syndactyly may occur alone, or with other anomalies. There may be skin and soft tissue fusion or bony fusion.
Dr. Donna Wilkins
Dr. Donna Wilkins
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Dr. Donna Wilkins
Pediatrics - Neonatology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Syndactyly

Syndactyly, a common congenital hand anomaly, is an abnormal connection of fingers or toes to one another—the digits are "webbed, " and have failed to separate normally during development.
It most commonly involves the middle and ring fingers. In about 50% of cases, both hands are involved. Syndactyly may occur alone, or with other anomalies. There may be skin and soft tissue fusion or bony fusion.

In brief: Syndactyly

Syndactyly, a common congenital hand anomaly, is an abnormal connection of fingers or toes to one another—the digits are "webbed, " and have failed to separate normally during development.
It most commonly involves the middle and ring fingers. In about 50% of cases, both hands are involved. Syndactyly may occur alone, or with other anomalies. There may be skin and soft tissue fusion or bony fusion.
Dr. Donna Wilkins
Dr. Donna Wilkins
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