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We report on a 19‐month‐old girl who presented with the phenotype of cardio–facio–cutaneous (CFC) syndrome including characteristic minor facial anomalies, cardiac defect, ectodermal anomalies, and developmental delay. Cytogenetic analysis showed the presence of an interstitial deletion...
Multiple pterygium syndromes include at least 15 different entities characterized by multiple pterygia or webs of the skin and multiple congenital anomalies. We describe a female infant who presented with a distinct constellation of multiple anomalies consisting of pterygia of the inguinal,...
Because clinical evidence suggests that Proteus syndrome may be caused by a somatic mutation during early development, resulting in mosaicism, the possible types of abnormalities and their clinical distributions are highly variable. Here, we report on an unusual patient with Proteus syndrome....
Numerous studies have reported reduced risks for a variety of single congenital anomaly phenotypes associated with maternal periconceptional use of vitamin supplements containing folic acid. Here we investigated whether periconceptional use of vitamin supplements containing folic acid by women...
The DFNA2 locus for autosomal dominant nonsyndromic hearing impairment on chromosome 1p34 contains at least 2 genes responsible for hearing loss, GJB3 and KCNQ4. GJB3 is a member of the connexin gene family and KCNQ4 is a voltage‐gated potassium channel. KCNQ4 mutations were first found in a...
We report on two sisters with facial anomalies, protein‐losing enteropathy, and intestinal lymphangiectasia consistent with the diagnosis of Hennekam syndrome. Both patients had a number of other anomalies not previously described in this autosomal recessive disorder, i.e., primary...
Roberts syndrome (RS) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by heterogeneous clinical features, the most notable being tetraphocomelia, cleft lip, and cleft palate. Cells derived from most RS patients exhibit abnormal cytogenetic and cellular phenotypes that include the premature...
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