A-day-old neonate born through spontaneous vaginal delivery with a congenital absence of the digital phalanx of the thumb, index, middle and ring finger of the right hand. On physical examination, no other deformities were noted on the other part of the body. There was a history of intake of dry gin (alcohol) mixed with herbal medications (which she doesn't remember the names) during the 1st trimester in multiple attempts to abort the pregnancy. There is no family history of similar condition (Figure 1 and Figure 2).
Figure 1: Congenital digital abscence 1.
Figure 2: Congenital digital abscence 2.