Moore-Federman syndrome

Moore-Federman syndrome

A rare familial disorder featuring short stature, abnormal stiffness and limitation of movement of joints, liver enlargement, thickened skin, and hoarseness of the voice. Intelligence is normal. Also known as acromicric dysplasia. (Reported by W.H. Moore and D.D. Federman in Archives of Internal Medicine in 1965).
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