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Year : 1997  |  Volume : 45  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 34--37

Oral facial digital syndrome.

Z Hussain, K Logamuthukrishnan, S Dharmarajan, G Thiagarajan, SD Subbaiah, GSJ Narayana, M Anbuselvam , L Murugan, S Pugazhendhi 
 Department of Neurology, Government General Hospital, Madras - 600 003, India

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Z Hussain
Department of Neurology, Government General Hospital, Madras - 600 003
India

We report a female infant with features suggestive of Oral Facial Digital Syndrome (OFDS) Type I and associated cerebellar anomalies with Dandy-Walker malformation which suggest OFDS Type VI. The phenotypic overlap in this child OFDS type I and TypeVI raises the question as to whether they represent separate genetic entities. This pattern of abnormalities appears to be unique.


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Hussain Z, Logamuthukrishnan K, Dharmarajan S, Thiagarajan G, Subbaiah S, Narayana G, Anbuselvam M, Murugan L, Pugazhendhi S. Oral facial digital syndrome. Neurol India 1997;45:34-37


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Hussain Z, Logamuthukrishnan K, Dharmarajan S, Thiagarajan G, Subbaiah S, Narayana G, Anbuselvam M, Murugan L, Pugazhendhi S. Oral facial digital syndrome. Neurol India [serial online] 1997 [cited 2022 May 25 ];45:34-37
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