EURORAD ESR

Case 3473

HUMERORADIAL SYNOSTOSIS WITH ULNAR APLASIA AND MONODACTYLY

Author(s)
Basekim CC, Keceli M, Solakoglu C, Kizilkaya E
 
Patient
male, 21 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Planin radiography
     

    Plain radiographs of the right upper extremity show that humerus synostosed with deformed radius, ulna was absent and there was only one carpal bone, one metacarpal bone and one biphalangeal digit.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Planin radiography;

    Plain radiographs of the right upper extremity show that humerus synostosed with deformed radius, ulna was absent and there was only one carpal bone, one metacarpal bone and one biphalangeal digit

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Planin radiography;
     
     
Plain radiographs of the right upper extremity show that humerus synostosed with deformed radius, ulna was absent and there was only one carpal bone, one metacarpal bone and one biphalangeal digit.
 
Plain radiographs of the right upper extremity show that humerus synostosed with deformed radius, ulna was absent and there was only one carpal bone, one metacarpal bone and one biphalangeal digit
 
 
 
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