Daentl Towsend Siegel syndrome

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Daentl Towsend Siegel syndrome
Classification and external resources
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One of the symptoms, hydrocephalus, seen on a CT scan of the brain.
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Daentl Towsend Siegel syndrome is a very rare disorder characterized by blue sclerae, kidney malfunction, thin skin, and hydrocephalus. It was first identified by D.L. Daentl et al. in 1978.[1] Daentl Towsend Siegel syndrome is also known as "Hydrocephalus blue sclera nephropathy" and "Familial nephrosis, hydrocephalus, thin skin, blue sclerae syndrome".[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Familial nephrosis, hydrocephalus, thin skin, blue sclerae syndrome: clinical, structural and biochemical studies.". Birth defects original article series 14 (6B): 315–339. 1978. 
  2. ^ "Daentl Towsend Siegel syndrome (Supplementary Concept)". Medical Subject Headings. Retrieved 2012-08-21.