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Article
August 1971

SOFT HAND SYNDROME

Author Affiliations

Eldridge, Calif

Am J Dis Child. 1971;122(2):181. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1971.02110020115022
Abstract

Editors of theAmerican Journal of Diseases of Children believe that pertinent letters-to-the-editor regarding papers published in its pages are not only of interest to subscribers, but also often scientifically valuable in expanding knowledge or in delineating areas of legitimate controversy. To appear as a printed page, these letters must pass through the hands of editors, printers, and other technical personnel. It is, therefore, requested that those who write these letters follow the same general rules as apply in the submission of manuscripts. The typing should be double-or triple-spaced with margins ample for editorial notations.

To the Editor.—The syndrome which we described1 seems to be inherited as a dominant. Two new cases have been found in recent years, and visits to one kinship have yielded a family tree of four generations of mother-to-child transmission. Among the seven individuals affected the males probably were more retarded than the females.

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