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Fig. 1 | BMC Medical Genetics

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From: A genotype-phenotype study of hereditary multiple exostoses in forty-six Chinese patients

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a-b Grade 2, exostoses of the distal radius or ulna without obvious shortening of either bone or proportionate shortening; c Grade 3, Masada type I, exostoses of the distal ulna or radius resulting in a relatively shortened ulna and a bowing radius; d Grade 3, Masada type III, exostoses affected distal radius and resulted in a relatively shortened radius; e Grade 4, exostoses at the distal ulna and the proximal metaphysis of the radius, a relatively shortened ulna and dislocated radial head described as Masada type IIa; f Grade 4, Masada type IIb, the radial head is dislocated without a proximal radial exostosis

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