Waardenburg's Syndrome with Hirschsprung's Disease: A Neural Crest Defect

@article{Mallory1986WaardenburgsSW,
  title={Waardenburg's Syndrome with Hirschsprung's Disease: A Neural Crest Defect},
  author={S. Mallory and E. Wiener and James J. Nordiund},
  journal={Pediatric Dermatology},
  year={1986},
  volume={3}
}
Abstract: Waardenburg's syndrome and Hirschsprung's disease are both conditions involving a defect of migrating neural crest cells and may be seen together. We report a patient with the combination of these two diseases and review the literature on the subject. Physicians should be aware that deafness can be associated with pigmentary anomalies. 
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