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I know someone that has a short, undeveloped left arm and a regular but strong right arm. This person also walks with a limp sadly. Does anyone know the name of this developmental problem?
 

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Hemihypertrophy?
Proteus Syndrome?
Shwachman Syndrome?
 

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I agree - the differential is a little wide on this one. You can also hit the NIH website.
 

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ocdoc said:
I know someone that has a short, undeveloped left arm and a regular but strong right arm. This person also walks with a limp sadly. Does anyone know the name of this developmental problem?
Developmental? If this is an older person it could be polio.
 

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ocdoc said:
I know someone that has a short, undeveloped left arm and a regular but strong right arm. This person also walks with a limp sadly. Does anyone know the name of this developmental problem?
Chicken wing syndrome.