Crandall syndrome

Cran·dall syn·drome

(kran'dăl), [MIM*262000]
characterized by pili torti, sensorineural deafness, and hypogonadism; a familial trait in which there is a deficiency of luteinizing and of growth hormone.
See also: Björnstad syndrome.

Cran·dall syn·drome

(kran'dăl sin'drōm)
Characterized by pili torti, sensorineural deafness, and hypogonadism; a familial trait in which there is a deficiency of luteinizing and growth hormones.
See also: Björnstad syndrome

Crandall,

Barbara F., U.S. pediatrician.
Crandall syndrome - recessive trait causing deafness, baldness, and hypogonadism.