7 y.o. boy with ulnar clubhand II type (Swanson)-right.
Radial head dislocation.
Elbow movements - flexion 150 , extension -10 , rotation 70
Wrist movements - flexion 80 , extension 85 , ulnar deviation 40 , radial deviation 10.
Hand function - can grasp large and small objects , can write.
Hypoplasia of the...
Ulnar clubhand is much less common than radial clubhand and is more appropriately referred to as ulnar deficiencies of the forearm. Most cases are sporadic in occurrence, although genetic syndromes are associated with ulnar dysplasia. Focal dermal hyperplasia, or Goltz syndrome (also known as Goltz-Gorlin syndrome), is an X-linked dominant...