Split hand/foot malformation X-linked
Other Names for this Disease
- Split hand foot deformity 2
- Split hand foot anomaly - X-linked
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- How to Get Involved in Research – A video developed by GARD Information Specialists that explains how you can find out about research for a rare disease.
- The University of California San Francisco Limb Study is researching the genetic causes of limb malformations. They are looking for participants who only have problems with their limbs, such as fused or webbed fingers/toes, more than 5 fingers/toes, less than 5 fingers/toes, split hand and foot also called ectrodactyly, short fingers/toes, bent pinky fingers, extra long fingers, flexed fingers, club foot, etc. Visit the study’s website to learn more about who is eligible to take part in this study.
- The Genetic Analysis of Limb Malformation Disorders is a research project and patient registry that aims to better understand the cause of congenital contractures. Click on the link above to learn more.
Genetic Analysis of Limb Malformation DisordersMaggie McMillin, Research Study Coordinator
University of Washington SOM
Department of Pediatrics
Division of Genetics & Developmental Medicine
1959 NE Pacific St. HSB RR349 B
Seattle, WA 98195-6320 USA
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