Indian Journal of Orthopaedics


Year
: 1978  |  Volume : 12  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 185--191

Larsen«SQ»s Syndrome-A Case Report With Additional Anomalies


N. D Aggarwal1, Harbans Lal2, Ravinder Pal Kaur3, Baldev Singh4 
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N. D Aggarwal


Multiple congenital joint dislocation associated with characteristic flat facies, depressed nasal bridge and club foot deformity was first described in 6 sporadic cases by Larsen et al. in 1950. Curiously, there was no further case report till 1971 when Latta and associates (1971) reported another case. Later, steel and Kohl (1972) reported Larsen’s syndrome in 3 siblings. Robertson et al. (1975) described 3 unrelated cases from Australia. Larsen’s syndrome is very rare, however, it is likely that many cases go unrecognized because of non-familiarity with this entity. Because of the rarity of case reports and probable lack of the full spectrum of variability, we report a case of Larsen’s syndrome having additional features not reported earlier.


How to cite this article:
Aggarwal N, Lal H, Pal Kaur R, Singh B. Larsen's Syndrome-A Case Report With Additional Anomalies.Indian J Orthop 1978;12:185-191


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Aggarwal N, Lal H, Pal Kaur R, Singh B. Larsen's Syndrome-A Case Report With Additional Anomalies. Indian J Orthop [serial online] 1978 [cited 2020 Feb 23 ];12:185-191
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