Focal facial dermal dysplasia type I
Synonyms: Bitemporal aplasia cutis congenita | Brauer syndrome | FFDD type I | FFDD1 | Focal facial dermal dysplasia 1, Brauer type | Focal facial dermal dysplasia type 1
Focal facial dermal dysplasia type I (FFDD1) also known as Brauer syndrome is a focal facial dysplasia (FFDD; see this term) characterized by congenital bitemporal cutis aplasia.
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