symbrachydactyly

Syndactyly vs Symbrachydactyly - What's the difference?

syndactyly | symbrachydactyly | Related terms |

Syndactyly is a related term of symbrachydactyly.


As nouns the difference between syndactyly and symbrachydactyly

is that syndactyly is (biology) the normal condition, in some animals and birds, of having fused digits while symbrachydactyly is a congenital abnormality of the hand, characterized by missing or malformed fingers.

Brachydactyly vs Symbrachydactyly - What's the difference?

brachydactyly | symbrachydactyly | Related terms |

Brachydactyly is a related term of symbrachydactyly.


As nouns the difference between brachydactyly and symbrachydactyly

is that brachydactyly is (medicine) abnormal shortness of the fingers or toes while symbrachydactyly is a congenital abnormality of the hand, characterized by missing or malformed fingers.

Finger vs Symbrachydactyly - What's the difference?

finger | symbrachydactyly |


As a proper noun finger

is .

As a noun symbrachydactyly is

a congenital abnormality of the hand, characterized by missing or malformed fingers.

Hand vs Symbrachydactyly - What's the difference?

hand | symbrachydactyly |


As nouns the difference between hand and symbrachydactyly

is that hand is tail while symbrachydactyly is a congenital abnormality of the hand, characterized by missing or malformed fingers.

Congenital vs Symbrachydactyly - What's the difference?

congenital | symbrachydactyly |


As an adjective congenital

is congenital: originating before birth and continuing or progressing thereafter.

As a noun symbrachydactyly is

a congenital abnormality of the hand, characterized by missing or malformed fingers.