Familial osteodysplasia, Anderson type
Familial osteodysplasia Anderson type is a rare genetic dysostosis disorder characterized by craniofacial bone abnormalities (i.e. midface hypoplasia broad flat nasal bridge narrow thin prognathic mandible with pointed chin malocclusion partial dental agenesis) associated with additional osseous anomalies including scoliosis calvarial thinning pointed spinous processes clinodactyly and abnormal phalanges. Elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate hyperuricemia and hypertension have also been reported. There have been no further descriptions in the literature since 1982.
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