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Table 4 Details of patients with a positive family history of congenital limb deficiency

From: Congenital limb deficiency in Japan: a cross-sectional nationwide survey on its epidemiology

Child Deficiency of the limb Associated anomaly Relation of the relative Limb anomaly of the relative
1 split hand of right upper limb none sibling (not reported)
2 split hand of right upper limb none sibling (not reported)
3 split hand of right upper limb none sibling (not reported)
4 split hand of right upper limb none sibling (not reported)
5 split hand of both upper limbs and split foot of both lower limbs none sibling (not reported)
6 radial deficiency of left upper limb Fanconi’s anemia sibling (not reported)
7 ulnar deficiency of right upper limb none sibling (not reported)
8 transverse deficiency at the level of hand of right upper limb none sibling (not reported)
9 split hand of right upper limb none mother anomalies of radius and ulna
10 split hand of right upper limb none father split hand
11 split hand of both upper limbs none father split hand
12 split hand of left upper limb and tibial deficiency of both lower limbs none granduncle split hand
13 split foot of right lower limb none someone other than sibling (not reported)
14 ulnar deficiency of both upper limbs and split foot of both lower limbs Leri-Weill syndrome mother Madelung deformity, and Leri-Weill syndrome
15 ulnar deficiency of both upper limbs and tibial deficiency of both lower limbs none mother and grandmother upper limb anomaly
16 transverse deficiency at the level of hand of right upper limb none relative on the mother’s side toe defect
17 transverse deficiency at the level of foot of both lower limbs none father and grandfather on the father’s side anomaly of fifth finger