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Oto-palato-digital (Taybi) syndrome


, : Oto-palato-digital (Taybi) syndrome. Magyar Traumatologia, Orthopaedia Es Helyreallito Sebeszet 20(1): 66-73

A case of dysmorphogenetic syndrome, described by Taybi, is reported. The syndrome is characterized by hardness of hearing of conduction type, submucous cleft palate and anomalies involving the bony frame, especially the digits.

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