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The mohr syndrome are there 2 variants


, : The mohr syndrome are there 2 variants. Clinical Genetics 24(1): 41-46

Two female siblings with the oral-facial-digital [OFD] type II syndrome, or Mohr syndrome, presented an associated brain malformation: the Dandy-Walker syndrome. Up till now, patients with the Mohr syndrome were considered to be free of mental deficits and/or brain defects. After reviewing the literature and considering the current criteria for OFD type II syndrome, other possible cases of Mohr syndrome associated with brain abnormality are discussed.


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Haumont, D.; Pelc, S., 1983: The Mohr syndrome: are there two variants?. Two female siblings with the oral-facial-digital type II syndrome, or Mohr syndrome, presented an associated brain malformation: the Dandy-Walker syndrome. Up till now, patients with the Mohr syndrome have been considered to be free of mental defi...

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