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Two infants born to mothers who had been given a renal transplant and who were receiving azathioprine and prednisone have been followed up for over 2 years. Initially both had lower than normal lymphocyte counts and cortisol levels. Chromosomal aberrations similar to those found in the lymphocytes of the mothers were present at birth but had disappeared by(More)
woman of4 ft 11 in. in height. Her facies showed typical Crouzon deformities of beaked nose, hypertelorism, moderate ocular proptosis, and maxillary hypoplasia (Fig. 1). The skull showed residual acrocephaly modified by previous cranioplasties. Examination of the back revealed a double primary scoliosis with mild right thoracic and left lumbar rotation.(More)
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