The topic Congenital Anemia-Triphalangeal Thumb Syndrome you are seeking is a synonym, or alternative name, or is closely related to the medical condition Aase Syndrome.
- Aase Syndrome (or Aase-Smith Syndrome II) is a highly infrequent disorder. Individuals with this disorder show a variety of signs and symptoms at birth, characteristic features of which include, congenital hypoplastic anemia and triphalangeal thumbs
- Congenital hypoplastic anemia is a condition, in which the population of red blood cells is decreased because of reduced bone marrow production
- Triphalangeal thumb is a term meant to denote 3 phalanges (finger bones) in the thumb, as against 2 phalanges in a normally developed thumb
- The presence of both congenital hypoplastic anemia and triphalangeal thumbs, are necessary for a clinical diagnosis of Aase Syndrome
- The prognosis of this disorder depends upon the severity of the syndrome
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