phalang-, phalango-

(Greek via Latin: bone between two joints of a finger or toe; line of battle; from phalanx, heavy infantry in close order [from Greek antiquity])

Congenital absence of a digit; or more specifically, absence of one or more of the long bones (phalanges) of a finger or toe.
Abnormal shortness of the proximal phalanges.
Abnormal shortness of the middle phalanges.
Abnormal shortness of the phalanges or finger bones.
Abnormal shortness of the distal phalanges.
drop phalangette
The falling of the distal (far) phalanx of a digit with loss of power to extend it when the hand is prone. This is due to trauma or over stretching of the extensor tendon.
The absence of one or more phalanges in one or more fingers and toes. Also called aphalangia.
The excision of part of a digital phalanx (any of the bones or phalanges of the fingers or toes).
hyperphalangia, hyperphlangism, hyperphalangy
1. The condition of having more digital phalanges (bones of the fingers) than normal; especially, in cases where polydactyly is absent.
2. Presence of a supernumerary phalanx in finger or toe.
hypophalangia, hypophalangism, hypophalangy
The congenital absence of one or more digital phalanges.
Situated between two successive phalanges (joints) of a finger or toe; denoting the finger or toe joints.
interphalangeal joint
Any of the joints between the phalanges of the fingers or toes.
Relating to the metacarpus or part of the skeleton of the hand or forefoot between the carpus, or wrist, and phalanges, or finger bones; denoting the articulations between them.
Belonging to the metatarsus and the phalanges; a metatarso-phalangeal joint.
phalangeal (adjective) (not comparable)
Pertaining to a phalanx or phalanges: One of the phalangeal digits of Judy's right hand broke when the door accidentally shut while fingers were still between the door and the frame.

Cross references directly, or indirectly, involving the "toes" and "fingers": dactylo-; digit-; hallu-.