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Year : 1978  |  Volume : 12  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 197-200

Goldenhar's Syndrome

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V. M Soodan

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Goldenhar syndrome consisting of epibulbar dermoid, auricular appendices and pretragal blind ended fistulae in association with vertebral anomalies was possibly first described by Von Arlt in 1845 (quoted by Gorlin and Pindberg 1964). Goldenhar (1952) reviewed the literature and analysed 3 new cases. Till 1964 only 40 cases had been reported. Sporadic reports of further cases have been published by various workers (Darling et al. 1968, Dumars and Charles 1968, Nessim et al. 1969, Sen et al. 1969, Neema et al. 1970, Krause 1970, Reddy and Rao 1971, Rees et al. 1972, Bhandari et al. 1975). The rarity and interesting clinical features of this syndrome have promoted us to report a case.

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