|Statement||Adrian E. Flatt.|
|LC Classifications||RD778 .F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 371 p. :|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||77005932|
In the past years marked progress has been made in the surgical treatment of congenital anomalies of the hand. More and more, the reluctance to operate on these deformities has been abandoned. One reason for this - at least in the German-speaking countries - was the thalidomide catastrophe (), which involved the birth of many Cited by: 7. Care of congenital hand anomalies. Saint Louis: Mosby, (OCoLC) Online version: Flatt, Adrian E. Care of congenital hand anomalies. Saint Louis: Mosby, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Adrian E Flatt. Care of Congenital Hand Anomalies book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Baylor University, Dallas, Texas. Text of the author's p. The Care Of Congenital Hand Anomalies book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Baylor University, Dallas, Texas. Text of the author.
Congenital Hand Deformities Compassionate care. Exceptional Results. Congenital Hand Anomalies. Congenital deformities of the hand are physical deformities present at birth that can significantly affect a child’s hand function and appearance. Deformities may occur as a result of abnormal development, birth injuries or genetic factors, and can. Congenital hand anomalies are numerous and varied. A classification of hand anomalies and descriptions of specific defects follow. Approximately 1 in infants is born with some form of congenital hand anomaly. The terminology of hand anomalies (Table ) reflects the type, classification, and degree of the defect (Netscher and Baumholtz. This book is designed to serve as a practical, up-to-date reference that will enable practitioners and students in a variety of disciplines to easily recognize the most common congenital upper extremity anomalies and syndromes. In total, 37 congenital upper extremity anomalies and . However, children with congenital hand anomalies adapt very well to limitations of hand function and can often find “trick” manoeuvres to achieve essential tasks. As there is a wide variation in the types and severities of hand anomalies these cases are largely managed in specialized clinics.
Buy The Care of Congenital Hand Anomalies by Adrian E Flatt online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ abduction abnormal absence acrosyndactyly amputation anlage anomalies Apert syndrome aplasia artery associated Autosomal dominant bilateral bone Camptodactyly carpal carpometacarpal joint carpus child cleft hand clinodactyly clubhand congenital constriction rings contracture correction Credits defects deficiencies deformity distal. When a hand anomaly is part of a syndrome, a geneticist and/or other specialists may be involved with the child's care. Congenital hand anomalies may have genetic, environmental or unknown origin. There are many different types of congenital hand conditions. Some of the more common anomalies include: having more or fewer than five fingers. The Japanese Teratology Society(JTS) declares Folic Acid Awareness Day and Neural Tube Defect Prevention Month. Meet our character “Foly-chan” representing folic acid enriched food. “Foly-chan” was born to raise awareness in women who are planning to become pregnant of .