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Binder Syndrome Infant Born from Mother with Cholelithiasis.
Hyun Jae Lee, Kang Min Lee, Dong Ho Kim, Dong Hwan Kim, Jun A Lee, Kyung Duk Park, Jung Sub Lim
Department of Pediatrics Korean Cancer Center Hospital, Seoul, Korea. limjs@kcch.re.kr
Abstract
Binder syndrome is a maxillonasal dysostosis characterized by midface and nasal hypoplasia. It is sometimes associated with short terminal phalanges of fingers and toes and transient radiological features of chondrodysplasia punctata. It is associated with vitamin K deficiency during pregnancy. We describe here a baby with Binder syndrome who was born from mother with cholelithiasis during pregnancy.
Keywords: Binder syndrome;Cholelithiasis;Chondrodysplasia punctata;Maxillonasal dysostosis;Vitamin K
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