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Brachydactyly type C associated with shortening of the hallux.
  1. J M Rowe-Jones,
  2. A L Moss,
  3. M A Patton
  1. Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, St George's Hospital Medical School, London.

    Abstract

    A four generation autosomal dominant pedigree of brachydactyly type C is presented with its radiological features. The hands and feet were similarly affected. All the subjects showing these changes had shortening of the big toes and, in addition, had cupped ears.

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