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Sohi B K, Sohi A S. Apert's Syndrome. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1980;46:169-172
AbstractA case of Apert's syndrome in a one year old female child is described and literature reviewed. She was the first born of a young couple. She had congenital syndactyl of toes and fingers, acro-cephalic skull, flat facies, exophthalmos, hypertelorism and greasy skin. In addition to the typical radiological features of this syndrome which the patient showed, thickened first metacarpals forked at the base were also seen. There were two phalanges for each toe. Calcification was seen intracranially. These radiological features have not been mentioned so far in the literature reviewed.