Referred to the department with left upper limb abnormality.
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The left humerus is normal in size and morphology. The left radius is foreshortened and bowed. Poor alignment identified at the elbow joint with a flexion position noted here. The ulna is however absent. The thumb, index and middle fingers are present and normal. The respective three metacarpals are present. There is complete abscence of the index and little finger with their associated metacarpals.
Findings are consistent with ulnar hemimelia.
Ulnar hemimelia is a rare congenital upper limb anomaly characterized by complete or partial absence of the ulna bone.