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Parents' at-home genetic screening test leads to son's rare diagnosis

Fox News - Aug 19, 2016
The major clinical symptoms include retinal degeneration, obesity, polydactyly-type limb abnormalities, hypogonadism and genital anomalies, cognitive impairment and renal abnormalities. Minor features include speech delay, developmental delay, diabetes ...

Family of Chinese baby born with 31 fingers and toes seeks help for surgery

Mashable - May 3, 2016
Local doctors are also saying the baby, named Honghong, has an extreme case of polydactyly, and that surgery — even if they could afford it — would be incredibly difficult, People's Daily reports. The surgery could cost hundreds of thousands of ...

Surgical strategy for polydactyly of the thumb

BMC Blogs Network - May 19, 2015
Polydactyly of the thumb, radial polydactyly, or preaxial polydactyly is common in all races, and about 20 percent of them occur bilaterally. Patients with polydactyly of the thumb show very diverse manifestations, from a rudimentary floating type to a ...

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AQA Unit 2 Biology. Genetics lesson 7 Polydactyly

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Additional Biology (B2) Polydactyly

This video is about the genetic disorder Polydactyly and genetic crosses and is for pupils studying GCSE Additional Science. It is specifically designed for pupils ...

Polydactyly and Syndactyly - Found In Humans and Cats

Polydactyly and Syndactyly - Found In Humans and Cats. Polydactyly affects the fingers and toes to produce extra digits, but its not just in humans a variety of ...