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Björnstad syndrome

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Björnstad syndrome

Björnstad syndrome
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OMIM DiseasesDB 33516

Björnstad syndrome is a congenital condition involving deafness and hair abnormalities.

It was first characterized in 1965, in Oslo, by prof. Roar Theodor Bjørnstad (1908–2002).[1]

It has been mapped to BCS1L.[2]


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