Synonyms: Aglossia-adactylia syndrome | Hanhart syndrome | Jussieu syndrome
A rare disease characterized by the association of aglossia (absence of tongue) adactylia (absence of fingers or toes) and limb craniofacial and other less frequent malformations.
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