[Hand and foot deformities in a type I trichorhinophalangeal syndrome. Studies in 3 members of a family].Z Orthop Ihre Grenzgeb. 1988 Jan-Feb; 126(1):34-8.ZO
The trichorhinophalangeal syndrome type I is a rare, probably autosomal-dominant inherited disorder, characterized by anomalies of the cranium and face, hair, skeleton and soft parts of the hands and the feet. Typical deformities of the syndrome in hands and feet (e.g. brachydactylie, deviation and curvature of fingers and toes due to cone-shaped joints) are explained by description of the findings in three adult members of a family.