THE OCCURRENCE OF THE RADIAL CLUB HAND IN CHILDREN WITH DIFFERENT SYNDROMES

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Radial club hand is a developmental anomaly of the upper extremity, being characterized as a longitudinal underdevelopment of a forearm and a hand on the radial surface, consisting in a hypo-/ aplazy radial bone and the thumb of various degree of expressiveness. Characteristic symptoms of this developmental anomaly are: shortening and bow-shaped curvature of a forearm, palmar and radial deviation of a hand, underdevelopment of the thumb from its proximal departments and structures, anomaly of development of three-phalanx fingers of a hand (is more often than the 2-4th), violation of a cosmetic condition and functionality of the affected segment. From 2000 for 2012 in FSI SRICO n.a. H.Turner examination and treatment of 23 children with various syndromes at which the radial club hand was revealed are conducted. The main syndromes at which it is revealed radial club hand - Holt-Orama syndrome, TAR- syndrome and VACTERL syndrome. Tactics and techniques of surgical treatment of a radial club hand it various syndromes most often don’t differ from treatment of other types of a radial club hand though demand an individual approach depending on severity and a type of deformation of the upper extremity.

Sergey Ivanovich Golyana

FSBI «Scientific and Research Institute for Children’s Orthopedics n. a. H. Turner» of Health Ministry of the Russian Federation

Email: ser.golyana@yandex.ru
Ph.D, scientific advisor of the department of reconstructive microsurgery and hand surgery

Natalia Valerievna Avdeychik

FSBI «Scientific and Research Institute for Children’s Orthopedics n. a. H. Turner» of Health Ministry of the Russian Federation

Email: natali_avdeichik@mail.ru
postgraduate student of the department of reconstructive microsurgery and hand surgery

Andrey Valerievich Safonov

FSBI «Scientific and Research Institute for Children’s Orthopedics n. a. H. Turner» of Health Ministry of the Russian Federation

Email: safo125@gmail.com
Ph.D, head of the department of reconstructive microsurgery and hand surgery

Vladimir Stepanovich Prokopovych

FSBI «Scientific and Research Institute for Children’s Orthopedics n. a. H. Turner» of Health Ministry of the Russian Federation

Email: turner01@mail.ru
Ph.D, doctor of the department of reconstructive microsurgery and hand surgery

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