Definition of Syndactylism

1. Noun. Birth defect in which there is partial or total webbing connecting two or more fingers or toes.




Definition of Syndactylism

1. Noun. syndactyly ¹

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Definition of Syndactylism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syndactylism

syncronizing
syncs
syncytia
syncytial
syncytin
syncytins
syncytiotrophoblast
syncytiotrophoblasts
syncytium
synd
syndactyl
syndactyle
syndactyles
syndactylic
syndactylies
syndactylism (current term)
syndactylisms
syndactylous
syndactyls
syndactyly
syndecan
syndecans
synded
syndepositional
synderesis
syndeses
syndesis
syndesises
syndesmography
syndesmology

Literary usage of Syndactylism

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1. Manual of Operative Surgery by John Fairbairn Binnie (1916)
"CHAPTER CI syndactylism. WEBBED FINGERS The easiest way in which to operate for ... syndactylism. wounds caused by the division of the web or bring them ..."

2. Materials for the study of variation treated with especial regard to by William Bateson (1894)
"syndactylism IN ARTIODACTYLA. P This phenomenon is known in the Ox and is common in the Pig. In all cases the variation consists in a more or less complete ..."

3. Manual of operative surgery by John Fairbairn Binnie (1921)
"CHAPTER CI syndactylism. WEBBED FINGERS The easiest way in which to operate for webbed fingers is merely to divide the web and suture the resulting wounds. ..."

4. Röntgen Ray Diagnosis and Therapy by Carl Beck (1904)
"... and of von Eiselsberg (transplantation of the toe), and the FIG. 170.—syndactylism OF THIRD, FOURTH, AND FIFTH FINGER IN A CHILD OF EIGHT MONTHS. ..."

5. A Text-book on Minor Surgery by John Colin Vaughan (1922)
"If the joint is opened, the hand should be carried in a splint until healing is complete. Fio. 250.—Supernumerary fingers, pedunculated. syndactylism. ..."

6. Manual of Operative Surgery by John Fairbairn Binnie (1916)
"CHAPTER CI syndactylism. WEBBED FINGERS The easiest way in which to operate for ... syndactylism. wounds caused by the division of the web or bring them ..."

7. Manual of operative surgery by John Fairbairn Binnie (1921)
"CHAPTER CI syndactylism. WEBBED FINGERS The easiest way in which to operate for webbed fingers is merely to divide the web and suture the resulting wounds. ..."

8. Röntgen Ray Diagnosis and Therapy by Carl Beck (1904)
"... and of von Eiselsberg (transplantation of the toe), and the FIG. 170.—syndactylism OF THIRD, FOURTH, AND FIFTH FINGER IN A CHILD OF EIGHT MONTHS. ..."

9. A Text-book on Minor Surgery by John Colin Vaughan (1922)
"If the joint is opened, the hand should be carried in a splint until healing is complete. Fio. 250.—Supernumerary fingers, pedunculated. syndactylism. ..."

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