Unknown syndrome in two male sibs with hypotonia, ptosis, hand malformations, 2/3 toes syndactyly, and mental retardation.

Abstract

We report two brothers from nonconsanguineous parents who share hypotonia, ptosis, high arched palate, camptodactyly, fifth fingers clinodactyly, 2/3 toes syndactyly and psychomotor retardation. Differential diagnosis, such as the Ohdo syndrome, the Morillo-Cucci syndrome, the Marden-Walker-like syndrome, and the Frydman syndrome and discussed.

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@article{Mgarban1999UnknownSI, title={Unknown syndrome in two male sibs with hypotonia, ptosis, hand malformations, 2/3 toes syndactyly, and mental retardation.}, author={Andr{\'e} M{\'e}garban{\'e} and Chadi Farah and Rima Nabbout}, journal={Genetic counseling}, year={1999}, volume={10 2}, pages={183-8} }