Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, January 8th, 2006
This syndrome "is an autosomal-dominant trait resulting from mutations occurring in different genes," which is "often characterized by varying degrees of: congenital hearing loss; dystopia canthorum; synophrys; broad nasal root; depigmentation of hair (white forelock), skin or both; and heterochromic or hypochromic irides," otolaryngologists in Iran explained.
In a "retrospective case study," A. Daneshi and coauthors at the Iran University of Medical Sciences evaluated "speech perception, speech production, general intelligence and...
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