A Japanese Male Patient with ‘Fibular Aplasia, Tibial Campomelia and Oligodactyly’: An Additional Case Report

@inproceedings{Kitaoka2009AJM,
  title={A Japanese Male Patient with ‘Fibular Aplasia, Tibial Campomelia and Oligodactyly’: An Additional Case Report},
  author={Taichi Kitaoka and Noriyuki Namba and Ji Yoo Kim and Takuo Kubota and Kohji Miura and Yoko Miyoshi and Haruhiko Hirai and Mikihiko Kogo and Keiichi Ozono},
  booktitle={Clinical pediatric endocrinology : case reports and clinical investigations : official journal of the Japanese Society for Pediatric Endocrinology},
  year={2009}
}
We report a male infant with FATCO syndrome, an acronym for fibular aplasia, tibial campomelia, and oligosyndactyly. Courtens et al. reported an infant with oligosyndactyly of the left hand, complete absence of the right fibula, bowing of the right tibia, and absence of the right fifth metatarsal and phalanges. They noted 5 patients with similar clinical features, and proposed the FATCO syndrome. Our patient had a left-sided cleft lip, cleft palate, oligosyndactyly of the right hand and… CONTINUE READING
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