[Lesions of the central nervous system in Adams-Oliver's syndrome].

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The authors report two cases of Adams-Oliver syndrome in 2-year-old children characterized by aplasia cutis congenita and terminal congenital abnormalities of the limbs. The diagnosis was made at birth and the aplasia cutis was associated with extensive skull defects, exposing the dural sinuses. The differences between the two patients were essentially the… (More)

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@article{Gomes2001LesionsOT, title={[Lesions of the central nervous system in Adams-Oliver's syndrome].}, author={L B Gomes and J. Castro and Marlene Matos and Anthony P Nunes and Juv{\^e}nao J D Furtado and Miguel Barrueco}, journal={Acta medica portuguesa}, year={2001}, volume={14 1}, pages={89-94} }