This report is on a mentally retarded, male child with multiple anomalies: sagitall craniostenosis, bilateral coloboma of the iris, craniofacial dysmorphy, asymmetrical split hand malformation, bilateral syndactyly of 2nd–4th toes and perineoscrotal hypospadias.
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Pfeiffer, R.A., Tietze, U. & Welte, W. An unusual, possibly “new” MA/MR syndrome with sagittal craniosynostosis. Eur J Pediatr 146, 74–75 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00647292
- Sagittal craniostenosis syndrome
- Coloboma of the iris
- Split hand anomaly
- Syndactyly of toes
- Perineoscrotal hypospadias