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Infant has birth defect, abnormal fingers. What is wrong?

Sir, I am Md Zahid Ali from Dhanbad (Jharkhand).I have to tell you that my
son Aged approx 1 an half month ,there is One birth diffect with his right
hand,that is his hand fingers not separated in normally e.i.joint with each
other . I think in one skin layer ,but his hand movement and caching power
is normally. If i feal with the touching them finger born feal separetlly
with the joint(Starting), But I can't feal that is separetly on ending of

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Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Hello, this is a case of syndactyly. Need to see the x ray of hand AP view to find out the extent of bony union if any. If all ok, these fingers can be separated surgically and will function almost normally. Thank you
Answered: Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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