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A new case of the acromegaloid facial appearance syndrome?

A new case of the acromegaloid facial appearance syndrome?

Clinical Dysmorphology 7(1): 75-76

An apparently new case of the acromegaloid facial appearance syndrome is reported. The main clinical findings were coarse facies and thickened lips, oral mucosa and upper eyelids. The patient also had macrocephaly with an arachnoid cyst in the right middle fossa, an anomaly not previously described in association with this syndrome.

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PMID: 9546838

DOI: 10.1097/00019605-199801000-00016

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