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Genetics of Möbius syndrome.
  1. M Baraitser


    A study of the sibs and parents of 15 children diagnosed as having the Möbius syndrome suggests that the inclusion of primary skeletal defects as obligatory in the diagnosis of the syndrome helps to exclude the high risk monogenic disorders of muscle and anterior horn cell, which present with a Möbius-like facies in infancy.

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