oa Central African Journal of Medicine - Oxycephaly in an African child associated with other abnormalities

Volume 4, Issue 8
  • ISSN : 0008-9176



As has been seen in this ease, oxycephaly was present, together with hypoplasia of the maxilla and webbing of the fingers and toes. As far as the writer knows, this may be the first occasion on which the condition has been recorded in an African. The oxycephaly and associated abnormalities appear to be identical with such cases as descriptionbed in the European.

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