Routine morphology scan
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Clinodactyly, right handHypoplastic middle phalanx in the right 5th finger indicated by the arrow.
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Patient in her late 20s presented for a routine morphology ultrasound at 21 weeks 3 days based on a dating ultrasound. Hypoplasia of the middle phalanx of both 5th fingers resulting in clinodactyly. The scan was otherwise unremarkable with combined growth parameters giving a GA of 21 weeks 5 days.