Herrmann-Opitz syndrome II
Autosomal dominant inheritable syndrome with the main findings in skeleton and joints.
Autosomal dominant inheritable syndrome with the main findings in skeleton and joints, observed in one family through three generations, with one affected person in each generation. Only one family observed.
- J. Herrmann, J. M. Opitz:
The VSR syndrome. Studies of malformation syndromes of man XXXII.
Birth Defects Original Article Series, New York, 1974, X(9): 227-239.
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