trichorhinophalangeal syndrome


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trich·o·rhi·no·pha·lan·ge·al syn·drome

a condition characterized by sparse fine hair, broad nose with a long philtrum, swollen middle phalanges with cone-shaped epiphyses, and growth retardation. There seem to be at least three similar disorders, two dominant [MIM*150230 and MIM 190350] and one recessive [MIM*275500].

trich·o·rhi·no·pha·lan·ge·al syn·drome

a condition characterized by sparse fine hair, broad nose with a long philtrum, swollen middle phalanges with cone-shaped epiphyses, and growth retardation. There seem to be at least three similar disorders, two dominant [MIM*150230 and MIM 190350] and one recessive [MIM*275500].

Giedion,

Andreas, Swiss pediatric cardiologist, 1925–.
Giedion syndrome - genetic recessive or dominant trait causing orofacial defects and abnormalities of the phalanges. Synonym(s): trichorhinophalangeal syndrome
Langer-Giedion syndrome - see under Langer, Leonard O, Jr

trich·o·rhi·no·pha·lan·ge·al syn·drome

(trikō-rīnō-fă-lanjē-ăl sindrōm)
Condition characterized by sparse fine hair, broad nose with a long philtrum, swollen middle phalanges with cone-shaped epiphyses, and growth retardation.