Mild autosomal dominant hypophosphatasia: in utero presentation in two families.


We describe four pregnancies in two families in which mild hypophosphatasia, apparently transmitted as an autosomal dominant trait, manifested in utero as severe long bone bowing. Postnatally, there was spontaneous improvement of the skeletal defects. Recognition of this presentation for hypophosphatasia by family investigation and assessment of the fetal… (More)


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