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Triophthalmia and facial clefting: a case report.
  1. S M Tayel,
  2. M A Sabry,
  3. N A Kader,
  4. S Farah,
  5. S A Al-Awadi,
  6. T I Farag
  1. Kuwait Medical Genetics Centre.

    Abstract

    We describe a Libyan boy with an unusual phenotype of multiple congenital anomalies, including triophthalmia, dolichocephaly, porencephaly, cleft lip/palate, facial asymmetry, micrognathia, and VSD. The reported phenotype is likely to represent a new entity of non-chromosomal syndromic triophthalmia. Other possibilities are discussed.

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