Dominantly inherited lop ears.


We describe a four-generation Chinese family that included five members who had an isolated bilateral lop ear anomaly. The presentation suggested a dominant mode of inheritance. The absence of male-to-male transmission does not exclude an X-linked dominant mode of inheritance. Since the phenotypic anomaly of the male proband was no more severe than the… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajmg.a.32237


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@article{Mcleod2007DominantlyIL, title={Dominantly inherited lop ears.}, author={D R Mcleod and Alexander K C Leung and Albert Yim-Fai Kong}, journal={American journal of medical genetics. Part A}, year={2007}, volume={143A 19}, pages={2330-3} }