Congenital Hand And Arm Differences

Posted by Barnett on May 21, 2019

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Congenital Hand Differences. The term "congenital hand difference" refers to any condition of the hand and arm that is present at birth. Children can be born with many types of hand differences and they vary greatly in their impact on the appearance and function of the hand.

Congenital Hand And Arm Differences . Charles Goldfarb, MD, the author of this blog, is an orthopedic hand surgeon at Washington University in St. Louis specializing in congenital hand and upper extremity disorders.

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Congenital Hand And Arm Differences: 2016. Charles Goldfarb, MD, the author of this blog, is an orthopedic hand surgeon at Washington University in St. Louis specializing in congenital hand and upper extremity disorders.

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Congenital Hand Differences. The different groups of congenital hand differences include missing parts of the arm (failure of formation), webbed or fused parts of the hand (failures of separation), extra parts present in the hand (duplication), undergrowth or overgrowth of parts of the hand, or constriction band syndrome.

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