A case of hypoglossia-hypodactylia syndrome is described. The infant was characterized by micrognathia, accompanied by a defect of the gingiva, and hypoplasia of the tongue. There was a defect in the right arm below the elbow. The right foot manifested syndactyly of the great, second and third toes and osseous fusion of the first and second metatarsi and proximal phalanges. In the left foot brachydactyly of the great and fifth toes, syndactyly of the second, third and fourth toes, hypoplasia of the first and second metatarsi and a defect in the first phalanx were evident.
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