Dysmelia is a congenital deformity of one or more limbs. Depending on the localization and anatomical appearance, a distinction is made between transverse and longitudinal limb defects.
Transverse dysmelias are limb deformities in which parts of the extremities do not form or are constricted in the transverse plane (i.e. horizontally to the longitudinal axis of the body) by the umbilical cord.
Transverse dysmelias can have three different characteristics:
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Bilateral transverse dysmelia.
Caring for children and adolescents with transverse dysmelia is part of our daily work. There is hardly any patient that we can't get back up and running.
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Authors: M. Schäfer, H. Fleps, T. Baumeister, S. Wiedmann
Source: ORTHOPÄDIE-TECHNIK 01/18, Verlag Orthopädie-Technik Dortmund