Brachymorphism-onychodysplasia-dysphalangism syndrome.

@article{Verloes1993Brachymorphismonychodysplasiadysph,
  title={Brachymorphism-onychodysplasia-dysphalangism syndrome.},
  author={A. Verloes and D. Bonneau and O. Guidi and M. Berthier and D. Oriot and L. Van Maldergem and L. Koulischer},
  journal={Journal of Medical Genetics},
  year={1993},
  volume={30},
  pages={158 - 161}
}
Three unrelated children are reported with intrauterine proportionate growth retardation and facial dysmorphism (broad nose, flat malar area, large mouth, pointed chin), microcephaly, hypo/aplasia of the terminal fifth digits, and (sub)normal intelligence. Radiological findings include hypo/aplasia or fusion of the distal phalanges of the fifth finger and toe, brachymesophalangism V, and nail dysplasia or aplasia. One child had cystic adenomatoid disease of the lung. The pattern of anomalies… Expand
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