Images: Hajdu–Cheney syndrome

@inproceedings{Satishchandra2008ImagesHS,
  title={Images: Hajdu–Cheney syndrome},
  author={Hanuman Satishchandra and Sd Madhu and Kaushik Manga Prasad},
  year={2008}
}
Hajdu and Kauntze described a rare disorder called Hajdu–Cheney syndrome (HCS) for the first time in 1948.[1] Over 50 cases have been reported till date.[2] Some were reported under the terms acro-osteolysis[3] and arthrodento-osteodysplasia.[4] HCS is a unique bone metabolism disorder, characterized clinically by short stubby fingers, a peculiarly shaped skull, premature loss of teeth, and short stature.[5] The clinical presentation, biochemical investigations, and typical radiological… CONTINUE READING

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