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Entwicklungsdefekte

  • Winfried Mohr
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Unter 5.530 Lebendgeborenen wurden 465 Kinder mit verschiedenen Fehlbildungen ermittelt; bei 173 lagen Entwicklungsstörungen des muskuloskelettalen Systems vor—vornehmlich Klumpfüße, Polyund Syndaktylien sowie Flexionsdeformitäten der Finger [66].

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