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Autosomal Dominant Transmission of Accessory Navicular
Matthew B Dobbs, MD and Tim Walton, RN, BSN Iowa Orthop J. 2004; 24: 84â€“85.
The accessory navicular bone is one of the most symptomatic bones of the foot. Although it has been reported to be present in various members of the same family, there is a lack of knowledge about its inheritance pattern. We report two large pedigrees in which accessory navicular is inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion with incomplete penetrance.
Type: Reference Material
Author/Contact: Dobbs & Walton
Institution: Iowa Orthop J.
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Added: Sun Oct 28 2007