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Meyer-Schwinkerath and Weyers syndrome

Introduction: Meyer-Schwinkerath and Weyers syndrome

Description of Meyer-Schwinkerath and Weyers syndrome

Meyer-Schwinkerath and Weyers syndrome: A syndrome with a variable phenotype marked mainly by eye abnormalities, craniofacial dysmorphism, dental anomalies, hand and foot malformations, various skeletal defects, and mildly delayed mental development.
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