What Causes Webbed Toes In Humans?

It’s less commonly the result of an inherited trait. Webbing can also be related to genetic defects, such as Down syndrome and Apert syndrome. Both syndromes are genetic disorders that can cause abnormal growth of the bones in the hands and feet…Read More..

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Child With Apert Syndrome
 

What Causes Webbed Toes And Fingers?

Less commonly, webbing of the fingers and toes is inherited. Webbing can also be related to genetic defects, such as Crouzon syndrome and Apert syndrome. Both syndromes are genetic disorders that can cause abnormal growth of the bones in the hands and feet…See More..

 

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