A syndrome of facies like those of the Sæthre-Chotzen syndrome and bilaterally broad big toes owing to partial or complete duplication of the distal phalanx.
A syndrome of facies like those of the Sæthre-Chotzen syndrome and bilaterally broad big toes owing to partial or complete duplication of the distal phalanx. Autosomal dominant inheritance. Two instances of male-to-male transmission were noted in the family reported by Young and Harper..
- M. Robinow, T. J. Sorauf:
Acrocephalopolysyndactyly, type Noack, in a large kindred.
Birth Defects Original Article Series, New York, 1975, XI (5): 99-106.
- C. O. Carter, K. Till, V. Fraser, R. Coffey:
A family study of craniosynostosis, with probable recognition of a distinct syndrome.
Journal of Medical Genetics, London, 1982, 19: 280-285.
- I. D. Young, P. S. Harper:
An unusual form of familial acrocephalosyndactyly.
Journal of Medical Genetics, London, 1982, 19: 286-288.
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