Multiple pterygium syndrome

The multiple pterygium syndrome(s) (MPS) refers to a group of disorders which are collectively characterised by multiple soft tissue webs (or pterygia) across the neck and various joints.

They can be broadly classified into two main groups

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rID: 13482
Tags: sbcg, refs, cases
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Multiple pterygium syndromes
  • Multiple pterygium syndrome (MPS)

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