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Urdaneta-Carruyo E.,University of Los Andes, Venezuela | Vargas-Cobos Y.,Laboratorio Of Investigacion Pediatrica | Urdaneta-Contreras A.V.,Laboratorio Of Investigacion Pediatrica | Valero Rivas J.A.,Laboratorio Of Investigacion Pediatrica | Contreras Gonzalez P.A.,Laboratorio Of Investigacion Pediatrica
Revista Mexicana de Pediatria

Apert syndrome is a genetic disorder of autosomal dominant transmission. It is characterized by craniofacial malformations that cause craniosynostosis, hypoplasia of the middle third of the face and severe symmetrical syndactyly of hands and feet. We describe thisdisease in a newborn, in whom unilateral renal agenesis was also observed, which exceptionally has been associated with the syndrome described, and review the medical literature on the topic. Source

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