We review a family in which a mother and two of her three children suffered a distinct syndrome of thoracic dystrophy with small chest volume, laryngeal stenosis, normal stature with variable asymmetry, asthenic build, and a small pelvis. In addition to the different inheritance pattern, this syndrome is distinguished from the better known Jeune syndrome by the differing thoracic and pelvic configuration.
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