Allan J. Ebbin

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Pedigrees were obtained from 340 patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Two hundred ten (62%) of the patients were from the wards of Lupus Clinic at the Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center, and 130 (38%) were from a private practice. Forty-one (12%) of the 340 patients with SLE had affected relatives: five had two(More)
Analysis of 9 cases of bilateral bent limbs (campomelia) and dwarfism, as well as a review of the literature, indicate that campomelic syndrome appears to be a well-defined distinct disorder which the authors call long-limbed campomelic syndrome. Other neonates with congenital bent-limbed dwarfism can be classified as having short-limbed campomelic(More)
Seven infants have been studied who have a similar pattern of severe craniofacial and limb anomalies associated with aberrant tissue bands. The craniofacial anomalies consist of unusual encephaloceles, facial clefts, and cranial plus midfacial distortion; the limb anomalies consist of constrictions, amputations, and pseudosyndactyly. These defects are(More)
Clinical and cytogenetic studies are reported on 13 patients with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome. The oldest of the living twelve probands is 24 years of age. Three of these patients has a translocation involving the short arm of chromosome 4, and in one of these the anomalous chromosome was inherited from the father. Another three patients were believed, on the(More)
A child with multiple congenital anomalies and retardation was found to have a translocation involving chromosome No. 1 and a chromosome of the G group. The affected child has a minute centric fragment of unknown origin in addition to the 1;G translocation. Although the translocation is found throughout 4 generations, the child described here is the only(More)