Rapp–Hodgkin syndrome

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Rapp–Hodgkin syndrome
Classification and external resources
OMIM 129400

Rapp–Hodgkin syndrome was formerly thought to be a unique autosomal dominant disorder due to a P63 gene mutation. However, it was recently shown to the same disease as Hay-Wells syndrome. [1]

It was first characterized in 1968.[2]

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