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Description:This newborn is displaying the birth defect known as Polydactylia involving both feet.
Polydactylia, a congenital abnormality with the occurrence of extra fingers or toes, is due to errors in the process of fetal development, and can usually be corrected by surgery.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/Dr. James Hanson
Creation Date:1974
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