• We describe two infants with the cerebro-oculofacio-skeletal syndrome in whom oligohydramnios is an additional finding. The oligohydramnios could be accounted for in one by renal agenesis but cannot in the other, who had a functioning and histologically normal kidney. The diagnosis of Potter syndrome was suspected in both patients. It is important in counseling to recognize the distinctive phenotype of this autosomal-recessive syndrome.
(Am J Dis Child 131:62-64, 1977)
Preus M, Kaplan P, Kirkham TH. Renal Anomalies and Oligohydramnios in the Cerebro-oculofacio-skeletal Syndrome. Am J Dis Child. 1977;131(1):62–64. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1977.02120140064010
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