A family is reported in which several members have the Cornelia de Lange syndrome and other members show facial dysmorphism and other features reminiscent of this syndrome. The segregation pattern is consistent with the view that the dysmorphic features (variable) are the manifestation of a single gene in heterozygous form. Chromosome abnormality was not found.
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