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Shemsadini S. KLEIN WAARDENBURG SYNDROME (KWS) A CASE REPORT. RJMS 1995; 2 :173-176
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This is a case of 4-years-old white male who was referred to the dermatology clinic for two localised bald patches on parietal area noted 2 months previously. He was well naurished, well d.eveloped with fairly normal height and weight for his age, but with deafness, mutism, piebaldism, white forlock, paliosis of eye brows and eyelashes and musculoarticular abnormalities all noted from birth and early infancy. The association of these clinical findings are infavour of type 11/ waardenburg syndrome(klein type) , which is a rare disease. He is undergoing more investigation and evaluation.

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