Conradi-Hünermann disease

chon·dro·dys·pla·si·a cal·ci·f'i·cans con·gen·'i·ta

autosomal dominant inheritance characterized by asymmetric calcifications and dysplastic skeletal changes, less frequent occurrence of congenital cataracts and ichthyosis compared with other forms, and relatively good prognosis.

Conradi-Hünermann disease

(1) Chondrodysplasia punctata (type I), OMIM:118650. 
(2) X-linked dominant chondrodysplasia punctata (type II), OMIM:302960.


Erich, German physician, 1882–.
Conradi disease - congenital shortening of the humerus and femur, with stippled epiphyses, high-arched palate, cataracts, erythroderma in the newborn, and scaling followed by follicular atrophoderma. Synonym(s): chondrodystrophia congenita punctata; Conradi-Hunermann disease; Conradi syndrome
Conradi syndrome - Synonym(s): Conradi disease
Conradi-Hunermann disease - Synonym(s): Conradi disease


Carl, German pediatrician, 1900-1943.
Conradi-Hunermann disease - Synonym(s): Conradi disease