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Börjeson-Forssman-Lehmann syndrome: clinical manifestations and gene localization to Xq26-27.
We have studied 7 males in one family with mild/moderate intellectual handicap, long thick ears, deep-set eyes, small testes, and post pubertal gynecomastia. The affected males and some of theExpand
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Scalp-ear-nipple syndrome: additional manifestations.
Scalp-ear-nipple (SEN) syndrome is a rare, autosomal dominant condition that causes aplasia cutis congenita of the scalp, alteration of the shape of the external ear, and hypoplasia of the nipple.Expand
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Haematometra in the Langer-Giedion syndrome.
Hypochondroplasia is a relatively mild skeletal dysplasia usually with less growth retardation than achondroplasia. It is clearly autosomal dominant and many familial cases have been reported. OneExpand
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Doctors and Clergy
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A METHOD OF TESTING ABSORPTION FROM VARIOUS OINTMENT BASES
As a manufacturer I have for some time been interested in the present trend of the medical profession to make use of the non-greasy types of ointment base, which during recent years have been madeExpand
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THE ABSORPTIVE PROPERTY DF VARIOUS OINTMENTS
earlier on cases requiring it, instead of waiting until there is a reasonable hope that the disease is cured ; we have all seen the difficulties in the past of treating active lupus in a skin graft.Expand
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Churches' Council of Healing
  • J. Rae
  • Medicine
  • 14 September 1957
sedation with methylpentynol elixir, using l1 teaspoonfuls for children 3-5 years; 2 teaspoonfuls for children 5-10 years; and 2 to 4 teaspoonfuls for adults (according to individual case). OneExpand
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