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Facial dysmorphism: a marker of autosomal dominant cranial diabetes insipidus.
  1. R B Laing,
  2. J C Dean,
  3. D W Pearson,
  4. A W Johnston
  1. Department of Clinical Genetics, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.


    We report a family with autosomal dominant cranial diabetes insipidus in which a characteristic facial appearance of hypertelorism, broad and prominent nasal bridge, short nose, and long philtrum is seen in affected members.

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