Cooks syndrome

Last revised by Hussein Furaiji on 30 Nov 2022

Cooks syndrome is a rare autosomal dominant genetic disorder. It is characterized by bilateral absence of distal phalanges in hand and feet, absence of nails, digitalization of thumb and little finger brachydactyly 1,2. There was no skeletal abnormality noted in these patients. Only around 20 cases have been described in world literature 1.

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