de Lange's syndrome

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de Lange's syndrome de Lang·e's syndrome (də lāng'ēz, läng'əz) or Cor·ne·lia de Lange's syndrome (kôr-nēl'yə)
A syndrome of unknown cause characterized by mental retardation, short stature, thick eyebrows and low hairline, and flat, spadelike hands with short tapering fingers. Also called Amsterdam syndrome.

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