A 3-day-old female patient was evaluated in the neonatal intensive care unit for 'extra fingers' on bilateral upper extremities (Fig 1). X-ray images were taken (Fig 2) and genetic testing was done on the basis of numerous congenital abnormalities. The patient received a diagnosis of Ellis-van Creveld syndrome.
Left and right hands with ulnar polysyndactyly. Categorized as type V under the Duran classification.
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