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Cross syndrome

Cross syndrome
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ICD-10 E70.3 (ILDS E70.380)
OMIM 257800

Cross–McKusick–Breen syndrome (also known as "Cross syndrome," "Hypopigmentation and microphthalmia," and "Oculocerebral-hypopigmentation syndrome") is an extremely rare disorder characterized by white skin, blond hair with yellow-gray metallic sheen, small eyes with cloudy corneas, jerky nystagmus, gingival fibromatosis and severe mental and physical retardation.[1]:867–8

It was characterized in 1967.[2]

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