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Abstract

In 1945, Adams and Oliver described congenital transverse limb defects associated with aplasia cutis congenita in a three-generation kindred with typical autosomal dominant inheritance and intrafamilial variable expressivity.

Keywords

Autosomal Recessive Inheritance Double Outlet Right Ventricle Skull Defect Limb Defect Spastic Hemiplegia 
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