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Clinical features

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The syndrome consists of:

  • hypoplasia of the muscles of the anterior abdominal wall resulting in laxity and a wrinkled, prune-like appearance.
  • bilateral undescended testes.
  • urinary tract dilatation of a variable degree - this may be very severe.

There can be associated cardiac anomolies and skeletal anomolies.

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