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Lateral and frontal X-rays of the right forearm of a patient with TAR-syndrome. Note the absence of the radius and the malformed, shortened, more curved ulnar and the few malformed carpals that do not form a stable joint with the distal ulna. TAR-syndrome is a congenital condition where patients are born with no radius (usually bilaterally) and suffer with Royalty Free
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Thrombocytopenia with Absent radius
Lateral and frontal X-rays of the right forearm of a patient with TAR-syndrome. Note the absence of the radius and the malformed, shortened, more curved ulnar and the few malformed carpals that do not form a stable joint with the distal ulna. TAR-syndrome is a congenital condition where patients are born with no radius (usually bilaterally) and suffer with Royalty Free

Filename: 3004290.jpg
From gallery: Medicimages RF
Photographer: Medicimage Medicimage
Source: Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
Date: 23 Jan 2007
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Credit: Medicimage/Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
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Restrictions: **ROYALTY FREE**
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