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PFEIEFFER R. A.; ROTT, H. D.; HIRSCHFELDER, H.
Clinical Dysmorphology: January 1995
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A facio-reneal-acromsomelic syndrome is reported in a 15-year-old boy with normal intelligence. The main dysmorphic features are a large head and congential ptosis with telecanthus. There is unilateral ureteral stenosis with hydronephrosis. Bone abnormalities consist of ulnar dysplasia and tibial hypoplasia, multiple synostoses of carpal and tarsal bones, proximal synostoses of metatarsals, and of brachydactyly. A similar case has not been published.

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