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A family with deafness, goitre, epilepsy and low intelligence segregating independently

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A family is described in which the propositus had epilepsy, low intelligence and goitre. Three siblings had deafness and one of these had goitre and two low intelligence in addition. Some similarities to two families reported in the literature with disparate clinical manifestations are indicated.

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Thompson, J., Maguire, N.C. & Hurwitz, L.J. A family with deafness, goitre, epilepsy and low intelligence segregating independently. I. J. Med. Sc. 3, 427–431 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02962164

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