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Figure 3

From: Brachydactyly E: isolated or as a feature of a syndrome

Figure 3

Hand of a patient with acrodysostosis and multihormonal resistance (OMIM#101800). Severe and generalized brachydactyly, through very short and broad tubular bones, including ulna can be observed. Metacarpals II-V are proximally pointed and cone-shaped proximal phalangeal epiphyses are prematurely fused. The general appearance of the hand is bulky and stocky (courtesy of Prof. Dr. Jesús Argente).

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