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Figure 2.39. This infant with chondroectodermal dysplasia (Ellis-van Creveld syndrome) presents with the typical short distal extremities, short ribs, polydactyly, nail hypoplasia, neonatal teeth, and congenital heart disease. Although atrial septal defect is most common, this infant had a hypoplastic left heart. Note that the extremities are plump and markedly and progressively shortened distally, that is, from the trunk to the phalanges. Birthweight was 2880 g, length was 44.5 cm (<10th percentile), and fronto-occipital circumference (FOC) was 34.5 cm (50th per-centile).

Figure 2.37. Radiograph of the upper extremities of the same infant as in Figure 2.31 showing the long bones which are markedly shortened with mid-shaft angulation (camptomelia) together with marked metaphy-seal flaring and cupping.

Figure 2.38. Radiograph of the lower extremities of the same infant. The long bones are markedly shortened with midshaft angulation (camptomelia) together with marked metaphyseal flaring and cupping.

Figure 2.39. This infant with chondroectodermal dysplasia (Ellis-van Creveld syndrome) presents with the typical short distal extremities, short ribs, polydactyly, nail hypoplasia, neonatal teeth, and congenital heart disease. Although atrial septal defect is most common, this infant had a hypoplastic left heart. Note that the extremities are plump and markedly and progressively shortened distally, that is, from the trunk to the phalanges. Birthweight was 2880 g, length was 44.5 cm (<10th percentile), and fronto-occipital circumference (FOC) was 34.5 cm (50th per-centile).

Figure 2.40. A close-up of the left hand of the infant shown in Figure 2.39 showing polydactyly (seven digits) and brachydactyly.

Genital Hypoplasia Pictures

Figure 2.41. Note die typical lower extremities in the same infant. The limbs which are short and plump become markedly and progressively shortened distally, that is, from the trunk to the phalanges. Also note the very small penis (genital anomalies are not uncommon in diis condition).

Figure 2.42. Preaxial polydactyly and brachydactyly in another infant with Ellis-van Creveld syndrome. Note the markedly hypoplastic nails.

Figure 2.41. Note die typical lower extremities in the same infant. The limbs which are short and plump become markedly and progressively shortened distally, that is, from the trunk to the phalanges. Also note the very small penis (genital anomalies are not uncommon in diis condition).

Brachydactyly Birth Defect

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