1958
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1958.01560060081015
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Branchial Anomalies in Three Generations of One Family

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“…For isolated midline cleft palate, both autosomal dominant (Gorlin and Pindborg, 1964) and X-linked inheritance (Weinstein and Cohen, 1966) have been offered. Cleft palate has also been reported in association with lip pits over three generations (Levy, 1962), and branchial cleft anomalies, including cysts, sinuses, and skin tags have been seen in one family in a pattern consistent with autosomal dominant inheritance (Wheeler, Shaw, and Cawley, 1958). The Pierre Robin syndrome, while usually an isolated developmental event, has been reported in more than one family member (Smith and Stowe, 1961;Sachtleben, 1964).…”
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“…For isolated midline cleft palate, both autosomal dominant (Gorlin and Pindborg, 1964) and X-linked inheritance (Weinstein and Cohen, 1966) have been offered. Cleft palate has also been reported in association with lip pits over three generations (Levy, 1962), and branchial cleft anomalies, including cysts, sinuses, and skin tags have been seen in one family in a pattern consistent with autosomal dominant inheritance (Wheeler, Shaw, and Cawley, 1958). The Pierre Robin syndrome, while usually an isolated developmental event, has been reported in more than one family member (Smith and Stowe, 1961;Sachtleben, 1964).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%