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The femoral hypoplasia-unusual facies syndrome.
  1. J Burn,
  2. R M Winter,
  3. M Baraitser,
  4. C M Hall,
  5. J Fixsen


    A series of thirteen persons with bilateral femoral hypoplasia are presented. Six of these had facial features compatible with a diagnosis of femoral hypoplasia-unusual facies syndrome. One was attributable to severe fetal constraint secondary to oligohydramnios, three were associated with maternal diabetes, and two were idiopathic. All thirteen cases were sporadic.

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