Mesomelia

Common Name(s)

Mesomelia

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The terms "Mesomelia" returned 2 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

Mesomelia-synostoses syndrome results from deletion of SULF1 and SLCO5A1 genes at 8q13.
 

Author(s): Bertrand Isidor, Olivier Pichon, Richard Redon, Debra Day-Salvatore, Antoine Hamel, Karolina A Siwicka, Maria Bitner-Glindzicz, Dominique Heymann, Lena Kjellén, Cornelia Kraus, Jules G Leroy, Geert R Mortier, Anita Rauch, Alain Verloes, Albert David, Cédric Le Caignec

Journal: Am. J. Hum. Genet.. 2010 Jul;87(1):95-100.

 

Mesomelia-synostoses syndrome (MSS) or mesomelic dysplasia with acral synostoses Verloes-David-Pfeiffer type is a rare autosomal-dominant disorder characterized by mesomelic limb shortening, acral synostoses, and multiple congenital malformations. So far, five patients in four unrelated ...

Last Updated: 6 Jul 2010

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Recessively inherited costovertebral segmentation defect with mesomelia and peculiar facies (Covesdem syndrome): A new genetic entity?
 

Author(s): R S Wadia, D B Shirole, M S Dikshit

Journal: J. Med. Genet.. 1978 Apr;15(2):123-7.

 

Two sibs of a consanguineous mating are described. Both have a gross costovertebral segmentation defect affecting nearly all the thoracic vertebrae, and mesomelia of the limbs, with the upper limbs being obviously more affected than the lower. The facial appearances of the two are ...

Last Updated: 17 Jun 1978

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