volume 39, issue 8, P554-561 2011
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcms.2010.11.016
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Nicolai Adolphs, Martin Klein, Ernst Johannes Haberl, Luitgard Graul-Neumann, Horst Menneking, Bodo Hoffmeister

Abstract: In 1960, Gorlin, Chaudhry and Moss described a syndrome consisting of craniofacial dysostosis in association with hypertrichosis, cardiac, genital, dental and ocular anomalies. Diagnosis is based on typical clinical findings and cannot be performed by molecular genetic analysis until now. There is little in the clinical literature concerning this rare craniofacial syndrome. For functional and psychosocial reasons, surgical correction of the complex craniofacial malformation in a 7-year old Hungarian girl with …

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