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J Med Genet. 1974 March; 11(1): 35–40.
PMCID: PMC1013086

Genetic Heterogeneity of Cebocephaly

Abstract

Three infants with cebocephaly with entirely different aetiologies are described: one possibly representing the effect of a single mutant gene, one with apparent E trisomy, and one with D trisomy. In comparison with other reported patients, it is likely that infants with cebocephaly and no associated chromosomal abnormality have few, if any, extracranial malformations.

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