DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-3291.ijcp20171740

A variant of Goldenhar syndrome

Akanksha Jaiswal, Thumjaa Annamalai, Nirupama M, Shafath Ahmed M, Ramya V

Abstract


We report a case of 10 months old child with a variant of Goldenhar syndrome in the form of microtia of right ear, microsomia of the right-side face, right facial nerve palsy with cardiac anomaly, renal anomaly and sensorineural hearing loss on the right side which were rare associations prompted to report this case.


Keywords


Clinical manifestations, Goldenhar syndrome

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