Clubhand
Clubhand Club"hand`, n. (Med.) A short, distorted hand; also, the deformity of having such a hand. [1913 Webster]

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  • clubhand — [klub′hand΄] n. 1. a congenital deformity of the hand analogous to clubfoot 2. a hand so deformed …   English World dictionary

  • clubhand — Congenital or acquired angulation deformity of the hand associated with partial or complete absence of radius or ulna; usually with intrinsic deformities in the hand in congenital variants. radia …   Medical dictionary

  • clubhand — /klub hand /, n. 1. a deformed or distorted hand, similar in nature to a clubfoot. 2. the condition of having such a hand. [1865 70; CLUB + HAND] * * * …   Universalium

  • clubhand — n. misshapen deformed hand; condition of having such a hand …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clubhand — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun Etymology: club (I) + hand 1. : a congenital deformity in which the hand is short and distorted 2. : a hand with such a deformity * * * /klub hand /, n. 1. a deformed or distorted hand, similar in nature to a clubfoot. 2. the con …   Useful english dictionary

  • ulnar clubhand — clubhand in which the hand is deflected toward the ulnar side; when the hand is held in the anatomic position it is known as manus vara and when it is held in the opposite direction as manus valga. Called also manus vara. Ulnar clubhand with… …   Medical dictionary

  • radial clubhand — the most common type of clubhand, with the hand deflected toward the radial side; if such a hand is in the anatomic position it is called manus valga and if it is in the opposite direction it is called manus vara. Called also manus valga. See… …   Medical dictionary

  • club hand — clubhand …   Medical dictionary

  • Klumphand — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 M21.54 Erworbene Klauenhand, Klumphand, erworbener Klauenfuß und Klumpfuß. Exkl.: Klumpfuß, nicht als erworben bezeichnet …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • manus valga — see radial clubhand and ulnar clubhand, under clubhand …   Medical dictionary

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