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Rothmund-Werner syndrome

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Cases in which features of Rothmund's and Werner's syndromes overlap.

Description

Cases in which features of Rothmund's and Werner's syndromes overlap.

Bibliography

  • Siegfried Josef Thannhauser:
    Werner's syndrome (progeria of the adult) and Rothmund's syndrome.: Two types of closely related heredofamilial atrophic dermatosis with juvenile cataracts and endocrine features.
    Annals of Internal Medicine, Philadelphia, 1945,23: 559-626.

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