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David D. Weaver - bibliography

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American physician, born 1939, Twin Falls, Idaho.


  • Victor Escobar, D. D. Weaver:
    Aarskog syndrome: New findings and genetic analysis.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1978, 240: 2638-2641.
  • Richard J. Harris, Robert L. Bahner, Sonia Gleiser, David D. Weaver, and M.E. Hodes:
    Cartilage-hair hypoplasia, Defective T-Cell Function, and Diamond-Blackfan Anemia in an Amish Child.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, 1981, 8: 291-297.
  • D. D. Weaver, C. L. Mapstone, P. L. Yu:
    The VATER association. American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1986, 140: 225-229.
  • David D. Weaver
    Catalog of prenatally diagnosed conditions.
    Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1992.
    3rd edition, with the assistance of Ira K. Brandt, 1999.
  • T. D. Van Meter, D. D. Weaver:
    Oculo-auriculo-vertebral spectrum and the CHARGE association: clinical evidence for a common pathogenetic mechanism.
    Clinical Dysmorphology. 5(3):187-196.
  • C. G. Palmer, J. L. Blouin, M. J. Bull, P. Breitfeld, G. H. Vance, T. Van Meter, D. D. Weaver, N. A. Heerema, S. G. Colbern, J. R. Korenberg, et al:
    Cytogenetic and molecular analysis of a ring (21) in a patient with partial trisomy 21 and megakaryocytic leukemia.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. 57(4):527-536, 1995.
  • P. G. Wheeler, D. D. Weaver, C. G. Palmer:
    Familial translocation resulting in Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome in two related unbalanced individuals: clinical evaluation of a 39-year-old man with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. 55(4):462-465, 1995.
  • Mahvash Khosravi, David D. Weaver, Marilyn J. Bull, Ralph Lachman, David L. Rimoin:
    Lethal syndrome of skeletal dysplasia and progressive central nervous system degeneration.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, 1998, Volume 77, Issue 1, pp. 63-71.

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