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Three new cases of oculodentodigital (ODD) syndrome: development of the facial phenotype.
  1. M A Patton,
  2. K M Laurence

    Abstract

    Three new cases of oculodentodigital (ODD) syndrome are reported. The clinical features are discussed and the development of the characteristic facial appearance is illustrated. Conductive deafness is reported in one of our cases and has been reported in six previous cases. It is suggested that it is a feature of the syndrome which is amenable to treatment.

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