Aniridia-renal agenesis-psychomotor retardation syndrome
Synonyms: Sommer-Rathbun-Battles syndrome
An extremely rare syndrome reported in two siblings of non consanguineous parents that is characterized by the association of ocular abnormalities (partial aniridia congenital glaucoma telecanthus) with frontal bossing hypertelorism unilateral renal agenesis and mild psychomotor delay. There have been no further descriptions in the literature since 1974.
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