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Bryan D. Hall


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American geneticist and dysmorphologist.

Biography of Bryan D. Hall

Bryan D. Hall is (2001) head of genetics and dysmorphology, Department of Pediatrics at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington.


  • Bryan D. Hall:
    Nager acrofacial dysostosis: Autosomal dominant inheritance in mild to moderately affected mother and lethally affected phocomelic son.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, 1989, 33: 394-397.
  • Bryan D. Hall:
    The Dysmorphic Child.
    In: Bruce O. Berg, editor, Child Neurology : A Clinical Manual. 1994.

  • Bryan D. Hall:
    Lethality in Desbuquois dysplasia: three new cases.
    Pediatric Radiology, skeletal dysplasia issue, 2001, 31: 43-47.
  • Mitchell S. Golbus, Bryan D. Hall, editors:
    Diagnostic approaches to the malformed fetus, abortus, stillborn, and deceased newborn.
    New York : Liss, 1979.

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