Craniodigital-intellectual disability syndrome

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Craniodigital-intellectual disability syndrome

Synonyms: Scott craniodigital syndrome | Scott-Bryant-Graham syndrome

Craniodigital syndrome – intellectual deficit is characterised by syndactyly of the fingers and toes characteristic facies (`startled’ facial expression with a small pointed nose micrognathia long dark eyelashes and prominent eyebrows) and intellectual deficit.

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