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Minerva Pediatrica 2008 April;60(2):249-51

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Floating-Harbor syndrome: case report

Genc G., Sarac A., Erkek Atay N., Kulali F.

Department of Pediatrics Dr. Sami Ulus Children’s Hospital, Ankara, Turkey


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Floating-Harbor syndrome is a rare disorder which is clinically characterized by short stature, retarded speech devolopment, delayed bone ages, triangular face, bulbous nose and thin lips. We described two cases with Floating-Harbor syndrome and briefly reviewed the relevant literature.

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