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Pterygium syndrome.
  1. M E Gillin,
  2. J Pryse-Davis


    The pterygium syndrome consists of the neck, the antecubital fossae and the popliteal regions together with flexion deformities of the limb joints and anomalies of the vertebrae. A family, three offspring of which appear to be affected with the same disorder, is presented. All three are female; there is also a normal female child of the same union.

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