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Central nervous system malformations in Mohr's syndrome.
  1. W Reardon,
  2. M G Harbord,
  3. M A Hall-Craggs,
  4. B Kendall,
  5. E M Brett,
  6. M Baraitser
  1. Mothercare Department of Paediatric Genetics, Institute of Child Health, London.

    Abstract

    A boy with severe developmental delay, bilateral, symmetrical hallucal duplication, and accessory alveolar frenula was found to have radiological evidence of a large arachnoid cyst compressing the cerebellum and brain stem. We review neurological abnormalities in Mohr's syndrome.

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