Autosomal-dominantes, zu 60% als Neumutation auftretendes faciales Dysmorphiesyndrom (Häufigkeit 1:8000–10000). Als häufigste Anomalien sind zu nennen:
  • antimongoloide Lidachse und Lidkolobome

  • Kiefer- und Ohrdysplasien mit Gehörgangs- und Gehördefekten.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Manfred Abel
    • 1
  1. 1.Anästhesie-AbteilungKinderkrankenhaus der Stadt KölnKöln 60Deutschland

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