radial clubhand

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 also Madelung deformity, under deformity.

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