Familial aggregation of a "new" connective-tissue disorder: a nosologic problem.

Abstract

Three brothers are described who had a severe connective-tissue disorder and died in infancy. They were the offspring of a consanguineous union and members of a kindred in which other paternal relatives were found to have the benign hypermobile form of Ehlers-Danios syndrome. The findings in the three brothers were not clearly representative of any known… (More)

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@article{Welch1971FamilialAO, title={Familial aggregation of a "new" connective-tissue disorder: a nosologic problem.}, author={J Philip Welch and Kurt Aterman and Erik Day and Douglas L. Roy}, journal={Birth defects original article series}, year={1971}, volume={7 8}, pages={204-13} }