A family with proximal radioulnar synostosis segregating in three generations is described. Familial radioulnar synostosis is a rare anomaly; however, the sporadic form is a frequent feature in cases of sex chromosome abnormalities and other syndromes. This disorder has been reported in several ethnic groups, but this is apparently the first example from the black population.
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