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Background of DiGeorge Syndrome presenting with 5th finger flexion contracture bilaterally.
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There is a flexion contracture at the PIP joint of the 5th digit bilaterally, consistent with camptodactyly.
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This patient's camptodactyly is likely sporadic and congenital in etiology. There is no known association between DiGeorge syndrome and camptodactyly.
This case was submitted with supervision and input from:
Soni C. Chawla, M.D.
Department of Radiological Sciences
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Olive View - UCLA Medical Center
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