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date: 03 August 2021


Figure 5.4D The brachyclinodactyly shown in this 5 year old boy with Floating-Harbor syndrome, referred for developmental concerns and short stature are supportive of the diagnosis. See Figure 5.4A for the facial features of the condition.

Figure 5.4D
The brachyclinodactyly shown in this 5 year old boy with Floating-Harbor syndrome, referred for developmental concerns and short stature are supportive of the diagnosis. See Figure 5.4A for the facial features of the condition.


Figure 5.4E This girl has Pitt-Hopkins syndrome. The characteristic fullness of the lips, as in the patient in Figure 5.4B is not present but the hallucal fetal pads, seen in Figure 5.4C, prompted the diagnosis.

Figure 5.4E
This girl has Pitt-Hopkins syndrome. The characteristic fullness of the lips, as in the patient in Figure 5.4B is not present but the hallucal fetal pads, seen in Figure 5.4C, prompted the diagnosis.


Figure 5.8C Absent uvula with associated midline translucency, betraying absence of muscle fusion. These features are entirely consistent with a diagnosis of subclinical cleft palate.

Figure 5.8C
Absent uvula with associated midline translucency, betraying absence of muscle fusion. These features are entirely consistent with a diagnosis of subclinical cleft palate.

(Courtesy of Mr. David Orr.)