A syndrome of complete and bilateral syndactyly.
A syndrome of complete and bilateral syndactyly, marked by six metacarpals and digits, and fingers flexion. Autosomal dominant inheritance.
- S. L. Haas:
Bilateral complete syndactylism of all fingers.
Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, 1940, 50: 363-366.
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