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Congenital horizontal gaze palsy and kyphoscoliosis in two brothers.
  1. E Riley,
  2. M Swift


    In a sibship of 11, two brothers with a congenital complete horizontal gaze palsy developed severe kyphoscoliosis. No-one else in the family has a gaze palsy or comparable skeletal abnormalities. Since the parents are first cousins, an autosomal recessive mode of inheritance seems likely.

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