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The multiple associations of Klippel–Feil syndrome

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Jasper, A., Sudhakar, S.V. & Sridhar, G.V. The multiple associations of Klippel–Feil syndrome. Acta Neurol Belg 115, 157–159 (2015).

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  • Klippel–Feil syndrome
  • Inner ear anomalies
  • Cervicomedullary neuroschisis