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Orofaciodigital syndrome with mesomelic limb shortening.
  1. J Burn,
  2. C Dezateux,
  3. C M Hall,
  4. M Baraitser

    Abstract

    Two sisters, the children of first cousin Pakistani Moslem parents, have unusual facies, tongue hamartomata, pre- and postaxial polydactyly, severe talipes, and mesomelic limb shortening associated with tibial dysplasia. Homozygosity for a recessive gene defect is probable. The phenotype resembles, but is distinct from, the orofaciodigital syndromes delineated to date. We suggest that this condition be labelled OFD IV.

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