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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]; Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief:

Overview

Although non-specific, these are one of the best described features and include:

  • Radial ray anomalies: including absent thumb
  • triphalangeal thumb

Skeletal survey

Perform a skeletal survey to identify all developmental defects involving bone. Keep in mind that radiation doses should be limited in patients with Fanconi anemia. Care should be taken to avoid unnecessary radiation in patients with a cancer predisposition.

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References

  1. De Kerviler E, Guermazi A, Zagdanski AM, Gluckman E, Frija J (2000). "The clinical and radiological features of Fanconi's anaemia.". Clin Radiol. 55 (5): 340–5. PMID 10816398. doi:10.1053/crad.2000.0445. 
  2. Auerbach AD (2009). "Fanconi anemia and its diagnosis.". Mutat Res. 668 (1-2): 4–10. PMC 2742943Freely accessible. PMID 19622403. doi:10.1016/j.mrfmmm.2009.01.013. 
  3. De Kerviler E, Guermazi A, Zagdanski AM, Gluckman E, Frija J (2000). "The clinical and radiological features of Fanconi's anaemia.". Clin Radiol. 55 (5): 340–5. PMID 10816398. doi:10.1053/crad.2000.0445. 
  4. De Kerviler E, Guermazi A, Zagdanski AM, Gluckman E, Frija J (2000). "The clinical and radiological features of Fanconi's anaemia.". Clin Radiol. 55 (5): 340–5. PMID 10816398. doi:10.1053/crad.2000.0445. 

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