Brachydactyly type A3
Brachydactyly type A3 is an autosomal dominant disorder which genetic background remains to be determined. Characteristic is a shortage or even absence of middle phalanges of the little digit. Patients exhibit a short stature and some other skeletal abnormalities.
Williams KD et. al. (2007) Heritability of brachydactyly type A3 in children, adolescents, and young adults from an endogamous population in eastern Nepal.[^]
Buschang PH et. al. (1980) Brachymesophalangia-V in five samples of children: a descriptive and methodological study.[^]
HERSH AH et. al. (1953) On the inheritance and development of clinodactyly.[^]
None (1965) THE INHERITANCE OF THE RADIALLY CURVED LITTLE FINGER.[^]