Cenani Lenz syndactylism
Cenani Lenz syndactylism (also known as Cenani's syndactyly) is a congenital malformation syndrome involving both, upper and lower extremity. It is thought to be inhereted autosomal recessive. The syndrome is named after Turkish (Asim Cenani) and German (Widukind Lenz) medical geneticists. more...
It is characterised by a nearly symmetrical presence of a spoon hand (classical type) or, more frequently, an oligodactylous hand. All individuals with this syndrome had the following symptoms: carpal, metacarpal and digital synostoses, disorganisation of carpal bones, numeric reduction of digital rays and syndactyly of toes. Additionaly some individuals have some of the following symptoms: radio-ulnar synostosis, brachymesomelia, radius head dislocation, metatarsal synostoses and numeric reduction of rays.
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