• A 16-year-old boy had craniofacial dysostosis, hydrocephalus, and syringomyelia. Other anomalies included platybasia, a Klippel-Feil anomaly, webbed toes, and a cutaneous hemangioma. Evaluation included cerebral angiography, ventriculography, and myelography.
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