Felix Dulanto

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We describe here six members of a family with Giedion's syndrome: sparse, fine, slow-growing hair, pear-shaped nose, cone-shaped epiphyses of the middle phalanges and variable growth retardation. There are other signs: elongated philtrum, thin upper lip, big and low set ears, medially broad eyebrows but narrow at the tip, clinobrachydactyly and marked(More)
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