A syndrome of multiple otologic abnormalities. Characteristic traits in males include mixed deafness, vestibular abnormalities and fixation of stapes; in females there are generally subclinical audiologic abnormalities. The syndrome is transmitted as an X-linked trait.
- W. E. Nance, R. Setleff, A. C. McLeod, A. Sweeney, M. C. Cooper, F. E. McConnell:
X-linked mixed deafness with congenital fixation of the stapedial footplate and perilymphatic gusher.
Birth Defects Original Article Series, New York, 1971, VII (4):64-69.
- W. E. Nance, A. Sweeney, A. C. McLeod, M. C. Cooper:
Hereditary deafness: a presentation of some recognized types, modes of inheritance, and aids in counseling.
Southern Medical Bulletin, 1970, 58: 41-57.
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