|Unusual polydactyly of the small finger.|
|X-rays of unusual polydactyly|
This polydactyly did arise from the joint with an extra articulation for the extra digit. The joint was stabilized at the time of surgery.
|A slightly more typical polydactyly|
|X- ray of more typical polydactyly.|
This polydactyly on the left is more commonly seen than the polydactyly on the right hand and is more straightforward to treat.
|Toe polydactyly. Split metacarpal.|
|The other side with another variation of toe polydactyly.|
|X-ray demonstrating the y-shaped metacarpal.|