Imperial Aesthetics Has Efficient And Professional Surgeon For Cleft Hand Surgery And Cleft Foot Surgery
Thereâ€™s a clear genetic basis for typical cleft hands. Inheritance of Cleft Hand is autosomal dominant. This means if a parent has the condition, the child has a 50 percent chance of having it as well. Cleft hand can occur in isolation or as part of a Genetic Syndrome, such as cleft lip and palate or ectrodactyly (split hand-split foot malformation).
Cleft foot develops during Fetal Developmentâ€”when the bones of the foot are forming. The condition can sometimes be detected on a routine prenatal ultrasound. After the baby is born, the deformity is visible. Details of the diagnosis are usually confirmed through a physical exam and x-rays. Your childâ€™s doctor will closely evaluate every Anatomic Structure of your childâ€™s foot, determining what is present or absent, normal or abnormal. The doctor will carefully assess the specifics of the soft tissue of your childâ€™s foot, including ligaments, blood vessels, nerves, and muscles.