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Figure 3 | Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases

Figure 3

From: KBG syndrome

Figure 3

Common skeletal defects observed in KBG syndrome include supernumerary cervical rib (a, arrow), schisis of the posterior arch of cervical (b, arrow) and/or sacral (c, arrow) vertebrae. Left hand X-ray of a 10-year-old male KBG patient (d) showing shortened tubular bones especially of the III-IV-V metacarpus, the I distal and the V middle phalanges with clinodactylous V finger. Bone age is delayed in particular with respect to carpal bones.

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