Fryns syndrome


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Fryns syndrome

A rare autosomal dominant disorder characterized by diaphragmatic hernia and facial, limb, cardiac, lung, and brain anomalies. The disease is often fatal in infancy; survivors may have cognitive deficits.

Fryns,

J.P., Belgian physician.
Fryns syndrome - genetic disorder resulting in limb abnormalities and pulmonary defects.