By Arnold J. Rudolph Arnold J. Rudol Arnold J. Rudolph MD
Colour atlas of neonatology. quantity of a 5 quantity set overlaying an entire diversity of dermatologic, cardiac, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, neurologic, and musculoskeletal issues, genetics, and syndromes.
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100. Hypotrophic left lower extremity. This may occur in the caudal regression syndrome or may be due to interference with the vascular supply to the lower extremity. 101. Hypoplastic right lower extremity with four toes on the right foot. 102. The same infant showing the hypoplasia of the right lower extremity and the presence of four toes on the right foot. Note that the hypoplasia can be subtle. 103. Congenital absence of patellae in a normal infant. This finding is also noted in trisomy 8 and Nievergelt syndrome.
They are much less commonly involved than the thumbs which present with a palpable nodule at the proximal flexor tendon pulley at the level of the metacarpophalangeal joint. Trigger thumbs must be distinguished from a congenital clasped thumb in which the deformity usually affects the metacarpophalangeal joint. 83. Macrodactyly of the right middle finger occurring from a localized overgrowth of a digit. This occurs most frequently as a random isolated enlargement of a finger or toe, or it may be associated with vascular or lymphatic malformations or may occur in neurofibromatosis.
The atypical type of lobster-claw deformity (U-shaped defect) which only involved the right hand of this infant. Note the wider cleft. This is a sporadic defect. 91. A primary reduction malformation of the fingers of the right hand. 92. Congenital hypertrophy of the left upper extremity of an infant at the age of five months. This is also known as segmental hypertrophy or local acromegaly. This is often not obvious at birth but becomes more apparent with increasing age. Limb asymmetry can be caused by vascular anomalies that produce localized overcirculation, but more commonly is found as an isolated phenomenon.
Atlas of the Newborn Volume 2: Musculoskeletal Disorders and Congenital Deformities (Atlas of the Newborn) by Arnold J. Rudolph Arnold J. Rudol Arnold J. Rudolph MD