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Polydactyly

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Polydactyly or polydactylism also known as hyperdactyly, is a congenital physical anomaly in humans, dogs, and cats having ...

Polydactyly of Fingers Symptoms & Causes | Boston Children's ...

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Learn about Polydactyly of Fingers symptoms and causes from experts at Boston Children's, ranked best Children's Hospital by US News.

Polydactyly: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

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Polydactyly is a condition in which a person has more than 5 fingers per hand or 5 toes per ... This trait involves only 1 gene that can cause several variations.

Polydactyly (Extra fingers)

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What caused it? Polydactyly occurs in the womb as a detour on the road to developing just one thumb and four fingers on the hand. In the womb, the new hand ...

Polydactyly - Symptoms, Causes, Tests - NY Times Health Information

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Nov 7, 2011 ... Polydactyly is a condition in which a person has more than five fingers per ... This trait involves only one gene that can cause several variations.

Genetic Disorder Research - Polydactyly

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The extra digits are because of genetic defects. The usual causes are familial polydactyly (inherited), Ellis-van Creveld Syndrome, Carpenter Syndrome, Trisomy ...

Is having 5 fingers a dominant trait? - Understanding Genetics - The ...

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Oct 31, 2012 ... If polydactyly is caused by just a single gene that only affects the number of fingers or toes and nothing else, then it is typically a dominant trait.

Polydactyly | Pediatric Plastic Surgery

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Polydactyly occurs when this separation process is excessive, and an extra “ segment” is created. This may be caused ...

GLI3 - Genetics Home Reference

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The GLI3 gene belongs to a family of genes that are involved in the normal shaping (patterning) of many tissues and organs during embryonic development.

Polydactyly: How many disorders and how many genes: 2010 update

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Mar 28, 2011 ... Limb development is clinically and biologically important. Polydactyly is common and caused by aberrant anterior-posterior patterning. Human ...

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Polydactyly Study: General Information

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What causes polydactyly? Polydactyly occurs when the body follows a different set of directions than usual while forming the hands or feet during development.

What Causes Polydactyly? The Inheritance of Polydactyly and the ...

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Aug 29, 2009 ... Find out more about what causes polydactyly, the inheritance of polydactyly and the gene that causes extra fingers and toes to appear.

The MedSchool Project: Does Inbreeding Give You Six Fingers?

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Apr 13, 2012 ... The condition of having extra fingers or toes is known as polydactyly. ... Another cause of polydactyly is acrocallosal syndrome is a recessive ...