Cleft lip/palate-deafness-sacral lipoma syndrome
Synonyms: Cleft lip/palate-hearing loss-sacral lipoma syndrome | Lowry-Yong syndrome
Cleft lip/palate-deafness-sacral lipoma syndrome is characterised by cleft lip/palate profound sensorineural deafness and a sacral lipoma. It has been described in two brothers of Chinese origin born to non consanguineous parents. Additional findings included appendages on the heel and thigh or anterior sacral meningocele and dislocated hip. The mode of inheritance is probably autosomal or X-linked recessive.
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