2 edition of Notes on a rare congenital malformation of the leg found in the catalog.
Notes on a rare congenital malformation of the leg
Craig, William M.D.
|Statement||by William Craig ....|
|Contributions||Medico-Chirurgical Society of Edinburgh.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p.,  leaf of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
CLOVES syndrome is a rare condition that is primarily characterized by congenital overgrowth of fatty tissue; malformations of the vascular system (the vessels that carry blood and lymph throughout the body); epidermal nevi; and spinal or skeletal abnormalities. Other signs and symptoms may include disproportionate fat distribution, overgrowth. “Vascular anomalies” is an all-inclusive term for vascular malformations, vascular tumors and other congenital vascular defects. The more commonly used term, Congenital Vascular Malformation (CVM), implies abnormally formed blood vessels that one is born with. However, in spite of its redundancy, CVM is a popular term and it will be used here.
Rare Disease Information; Rare Disease Video Library; is an extremely rare congenital developmental disorder characterized by anomalies of the lower spine and the lower limbs. Affected infants are born with partial or complete fusion of the legs. Additional malformations may also occur including genitourinary abnormalities, gastrointestinal. The main feature of this very rare congenital malformation of the pectoral girdle is an abnormally high, more or less dysmorphic scapula. A congenitally high scapula is often discovered in young children, when consequences for aesthetics, and sometimes functional difficulties, are brought to light. Congenital limb abnormalities are mostly sporadic trait, to lesser extent occur in association with other malformations either skeletal or non-skeletal or in association with systemic disorders .
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