Fraser syndrome.


In a consanguineous marriage, a woman at 32 weeks' pregnancy presented with intrauterine growth retardation and bilateral renal agenesis. Fraser syndrome (cryptophthalmus syndactyly syndrome) was diagnosed based on cryptophthalmos, atresia of meatus acusticus externus in auricula, syndactyly, hypoplastic larynx, hypoplastic left lung, agenesis of urinary system and aberrant pancreas in duodenum. The syndrome is inherited as a recessive trait and the risk of recurrence is 25%.

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@article{Ozgnen1995FraserS, title={Fraser syndrome.}, author={Tuncay Ozg{\"{u}nen and C{\"{u}neyt Evr{\"{u}ke and Oktay T Kadayifci and Cengiz Demir and N Ar{\`i}dogan and Mehmet Ali Vardar}, journal={International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics: the official organ of the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics}, year={1995}, volume={49 2}, pages={187-9} }