Long toe

Symptom Information:

Symptom ID: HPO:0010511
Synonyms:
Increased length of toes [HPO:0010511]
Long toes [HPO:0010511]
Long toes [OMIM:Long toes]
Long foot/arachnodactyly of toes [Orphanet:22020]
Long toes (in some patients) [OMIM:Long toes (in some patients)]
Long toes (rare) [OMIM:Long toes (rare)]
Long foot [Orphanet:22020]
Long foot (finding) [Orphanet:22020]
Quality:
Cross references:
Orphanet:22020 "Long foot/arachnodactyly of toes" [Orphanet:22020]
OMIM: "Long toes" [OMIM:Long toes]
OMIM: "Long toes (in some patients)" [OMIM:Long toes (in some patients)]
OMIM: "Long toes (rare)" [OMIM:Long toes (rare)]
UMLS:C0576225 "Long foot" [Orphanet:22020]
Is a (Direct Parents):
Orphanet Long foot
HPO         Abnormality of toe
Orphanet Abnormality of the foot
Is a (Whole tree): HPO:
All(HPO:0000001)
    Phenotypic abnormality(HPO:0000118)
       Abnormality of the skeletal system(HPO:0000924)
          Abnormality of skeletal morphology(HPO:0011842)
             Abnormal appendicular skeleton morphology(HPO:0011844)
                Abnormality of limb bone morphology(HPO:0002813)
                   Abnormality of digit(HPO:0011297)
                      Abnormality of toe(HPO:0001780)
                         Long toe(HPO:0010511)
                   Abnormality of the lower limb(HPO:0002814)
                      Abnormality of the foot(HPO:0001760)
                         Abnormality of toe(HPO:0001780)
                            Long toe(HPO:0010511)
MedDRA:
Database Frequency: 9 / 7739
Resource:

All diseases associated with this symptom:

17q12 microdeletion syndrome (Orphanet:261265)
17q23.1q23.2 microdeletion syndrome (Orphanet:261279)
Acute infantile liver failure-multisystemic involvement syndrome (Orphanet:370088)
CHROMOSOME 5q12 DELETION SYNDROME (OMIM:615668)
Carnitine palmitoyl transferase II deficiency, neonatal form (Orphanet:228308)
Craniofacial dysplasia-osteopenia syndrome (Orphanet:314555)
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, progeroid type (Orphanet:75496)
Spondylo-ocular syndrome (Orphanet:85194)
Wiedemann-Rautenstrauch syndrome (Orphanet:3455)