The Langer-Giedion phenotype associated with a unique skeletal finding in a mentally retarded adolescent male. A case report

Gericke G.S. ; Fialkov J. (1980)


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A case of a mentally retarded male patient with associated physical abnormalities resembling the multiple exostoses-mental retardation syndrome (MEMR, Langer-Giedion or Ale-Calo syndrome) is reported. The patient represents one of the most severe examples of this condition; he also has a triphalangeal thumb with double distal phalanges, a feature not reported previously.

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