Holt-Oram Syndrome in a Puerto Rican Family -- Case Reports

Cheng, Tsung O.
December 1987
Angiology;Dec1987, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p896
Academic Journal
The Holt-Oram syndrome is reported for the first time in a Puerto Rican family of one mother and two daughters. All had severe upper limb anomalies and secundum atrial septal defect. One daughter, the proband, had, in addition, a persistent left superior vena cava, a cardiac anomaly that has not been previously reported in association with the Holt-Oram syndrome.


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