Midline cleft lip and nasal dermoids over five generations: a distinct entity or autosomal dominant Pai syndrome?

Abstract

A family with midline nasal dermoids in four members over five generations is described. Two of these individuals also had a midline cleft lip. The pattern of inheritance appears to be autosomal dominant with variable expression. To our knowledge, no familial cases of midline clefting with nasal dermoids have previously been reported in the literature… (More)

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@article{Lynch2006MidlineCL, title={Midline cleft lip and nasal dermoids over five generations: a distinct entity or autosomal dominant Pai syndrome?}, author={Sally Ann Lynch and Fiona Connelly and Loshan Kangesu and Brian C Sommerlad and Angela J Barnicoat}, journal={Clinical dysmorphology}, year={2006}, volume={15 3}, pages={155-9} }