Relatively long fibula
Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Abstract A girl with a “new” variant of mesomelic dysplasia is reported. The disorder is characterized by mesomelic brachymely, especially of the arms, a short ulna, relatively long fibula, brachymetacarpy, minor symmetrical changes at the hands, developmental arrest of the spine, contractures, and micrognathia. The clinical and radiological differential diagnostic features are discussed.
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