A combination of Poland's syndrome and Möbius's syndrome II that is considered to represent a specific genetic malformation with autosomal dominant inheritance.
- A. Poland:
Deficiency of the pectoral muscles. Guy’s Hospital Reports, London, 1841, 6: 191.
- P. J. Möbius:
Über angeborene doppelseitige Abducens-facilais Lähmung.
Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1888, 35: 91-94, 108-111.
- N. Gadot, B. Biedner, G. Torok:
Moebius syndrome and Poland anomaly; case report and review of the literature.
Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismusmus, 1979, 16: 374-376.
- D. L. Parker, et al:
Poland-Moebius syndrome. Journal of Medical Genetics, London, 1981, 18: 317-320.
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