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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
Abnormal bone collagen fibril morphology +   
Abnormal bone ossification +   
Abnormal cortical bone morphology +   
Abnormal osteoclast count +   
Abnormal periosteum morphology +   
Abnormal radial metaphysis morphology +   
Abnormal shape of the radius +   
Abnormal trabecular bone morphology +   
Abnormality of radial diaphysis +  
Abnormality of radial epiphyses +   
Abnormality of the radial head +   
Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the radius +   
Bone cyst +   
Broad radius +  
Constricted radius 
Deformed radius  
Dysplastic patella  
Elongated radius  
Exostoses of the radius +  
Fibrous dysplasia of the bones +   
Fractured radius  
Humeroradial synostosis  
Lytic defects of the radius 
Madelung-like forearm deformities  
Osteolysis +   
Osteosclerosis of the radius 
Paget disease of bone  
Pseudarthrosis of the radius 
Radial dysplasia +   
Radial dysplasia, also known as radial longitudinal deficiency, includes radial clubhand and is a disfiguring, and potentially disabling, congenital limb anomaly. The entire upper limb may be involved, although the defect is most evident in the forearm and hand. Affected children suffer a variable degree of hypoplasia or absence of the preaxial skeleton and soft tissues, in particular the thumb, radius, and dorsoradial soft tissues. The hand is usually radially deviated and subluxated off the distal aspect of the ulna, the ulna may be shortened and have a bow-shaped deformity, and there is no true wrist (radiocarpal) joint in Bayne2 type-III and IV radial dysplasia.
Radioulnar synostosis +   

Exact Synonyms: Dysplastic radii ;   Radial longitudinal deficiency
Xrefs: UMLS:C4025046
Definition Sources: PMID:29257019

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