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Ansell-Bywaters-Elderking syndrome

Alternative eponyms

  • Prieur-Griscelli syndrome

Related people

Familial arthropathy with rash, uveitis and mental retardation.

Description

Familial arthropathy with rash, uveitis and mental retardation.

We thank Joseph Constantin, France, for information submitted.

Bibliography

  • B.M. Ansell, E.G.L. Bywaters, F.M. Elderkin:
    Familial arthropathy with rash, uveitis and mental retardation.
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, September 1, 1975, 68 (9): 584-585.
  • J.R Lambert, B.M. Ansell, E. Stephenson, V. Wright:
    Psoriatic arthritis in childhood.
    Clinics in Rheumatic Diseases, London, 1976, 2: 339-352.
  • B.M. Ansell:
    Uncommon radiological features of chronic arthritis in childhood: A review.
    Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1981, 74: 904.
  • A.-M. Prieur, C. Griscelli:
    Arthropathy with rash, chronic meningitis, eye lesions, and mental retardation.
    The Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1981, 99: 79.
  • A.-M. Prieur, C. Griscelli, F. Lampert, H. Truckenbrodt, M.A. Guggenheim, D.J. Lovell, P. Pelkommen, J. Chevrant-Breton, B.M. Ansell:
    A chronic, infantile, neurological, cutaneous and articular (CINCA) syndrome, a specific entity analysed in 30 patients.
    Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology. Supplements, Stockholm, 1987, 66: 57-68
  • L.A. Brueton, I.R. Sanderson, L. Jadresic, J.I. Harper, M.O. Savage, B.M. Ansell:
    An infant with chronic articular and cutaneous manifestations: a new syndrome?
    Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, April, 1989, 82 (4): 223-225.

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