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A case of the orocraniodigital (Juberg-Hayward) syndrome.
  1. N C Nevin,
  2. P Henry,
  3. P T Thomas


    A female with the orocraniodigital (Juberg-Hayward) syndrome is described in whom, in addition to bilateral cleft lip and palate, mild microcephaly, and anomalous thumbs and toes, there was absence of the pituitary fossa and a more widespread skeletal dysplasia.

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