cerebrohepatorenal syndrome cer·e·bro·hep·a·to·re·nal syndrome (sěr'ə-brō-hěp'ə-tō-rē'nəl, sə-rē'brō-)
An inherited syndrome marked by hypotonia, incomplete myelinization of nervous tissue, craniofacial malformations, hepatomegaly, and small glomerular kidney cysts.
congenital disorder characterized by complete absence or reduction in the number of peroxisomes in cells. In the mid-1960s Swiss American pediatrician Hans Zellweger described the familial disorder among siblings; the syndrome was later named for him in recognition of his discovery
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