Epibulbar lipodermoid-preauricular appendage-polythelia syndrome

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Epibulbar lipodermoid – preauricular appendages – polythelia is a branchial arch syndrome described in seven sibs of one Danish family and characterized by supernumerary nipples (polythelia) preauricular appendages and often binocular epibulbar lipodermoids or unilateral subconjunctival lipodermoids.

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