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Clinical Dysmorphology publishes succinct case reports on the aetiology, clinical delineation, genetic mapping and molecular embryology of birth defects. This journal covers such topics as multiple congenital anomaly syndromes—with particular emphasis on previously undescribed conditions, rare findings, ethnic differences in existing syndromes, foetal abnormalities and cytogenetic aberrations that might give clues to the localization of developmental genes.
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