Mental retardation, pigmentation of the skin, xanthomatosis and leukaemia.


G.S., a boy, the third child in a family, was born at term by normal delivery at the Jessop Hospital for Women, Sheffield, on February 9, 1951, after an uncomplicated pregnancy. He weighed 5 lb. 12 oz. No abnormalities were noted at birth, and progress during the neonatal period was uneventful. There was no family history of lipoid storage disease. As the… (More)


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