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Charles I. Jr. Scott - bibliography

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American paediatrician.


  • C. I. Scott Jr:
    Unusual facies, joint hypermobility, genital anomaly and short stature. A new dysmorphic syndrome.
    In: D. Bergsma, V. A. McKusick,, B. W. Konigsmark (eds): The Clinical Delineation of Birth Defects. Vol 10, The Endocrine System, Baltimore 1971, pp 240-246.
    Or is it in: Birth Defects Original Article Series, New York, 1971, 7: 260-246.
    Aarskog-Scott syndrome.
  • W. A. Horton, Judith G. Hall, C. I. Scott, R. E. Pyeritz, and David Lawrence Rimoin:
    Growth Curves for Height for Diastrophic Dysplasia. Spondyloepiphyseal Dysplasia Congenita, and Pseudoachondroplasia.
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1982, 138 (April): 316-319.
  • W. A. Horton, J. I. Potter, D. L. Rimoin, C. I. Scott, J. G. Hall:
    Standard growth curves for achondroplasia.
    Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1978, 93: 435-438.
  • M. Deere, S. H. Blanton, C. I. Scott, Leonard O. Langer Jr, R. M. Pauli and J. T. Hecht:
    Genetic heterogeneity in multiple epiphyseal dysplasia.
    The American Journal of Human Gentics, Chicago, 1995, 56: 698-704.
  • Gerald A. Mandell, H. Theodore Harcke, C. I. Scott, Pilar A. Caro, Harry J. Einsig, J. Richard Bowen:
    Protrusio Acetabuli in Neurofibromatosis: Nondysplastic and Dysplastic Forms.
    Neurosurgery, Baltimore, 1992, 30 (4): 552.

  • J. E. Parrish, M. J. Wagner, J. T. Hecht, C. I. Scott and D. E. Wells:
    Molecular analysis of overlapping chromosomal deletions in patients with Langer-Giedion Syndrome.
    Genomics, Sand Diego, 1991, 11: 54-61.
  • L. O. Langer Jr., Rodney Kenneth Beals, C. I. Scott Jr.:
    Sponastrime dysplasia: diagnostic criteria based on five new and six previously published cases.
    Pediatric Radiology, Berlin, 1997, 27 (5), 409-414. Abstract.

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