First arch syndrome
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First arch syndromes are congenital defects caused by a failure of neural crest cells to migrate into the first pharyngeal arch. They can produce facial anomalies. Examples of first arch syndromes include Treacher Collins syndrome and Pierre Robin syndrome.
- Ronald W. Dudek. High-Yield Embryology. 2e. Page 65.
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