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Year : 1974  |  Volume : 40  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 173--177

Waardenburg's Syndrome

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K Murthy Radhakrishna

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PMID: 115785

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A case of Waardenburg syndrome is reported, with more than three characteristic features. A peculiar finding in this case is the orange colour of fundus ground in left eye due to partial albinism which was also reported only once before. The father who is partial albino and who has.had consangwnous marriage has transmitted major part of the syndrome. Partial albinism, which is said to be always non-progressive, has grown subsequently in the patient to double the original extent. The recurrent vesiculobullous eruptions in the family are an additional features of this case, as also the mental condition of the patient in association with partial albinism.

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