GOLDA SELZER, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.Path.; RAFFAELE DAVID, M.D.; MOSHE REVACH, M.D.; TIBOR J. CVIBAH, M.D.; AMNON FRIED, M.D.
A girl with Goltz syndrome manifested focal dermal hypoplasia, pigmentation of the skin, large low-set ears, syndactyly, asymmetry of the legs, and absence of digits and a portion of sacrum, as well as short carpal and tarsal bones. She developed recurrent papillomata of lips and tongue. She also developed hitherto undescribed giant-cell tumor-like lesions, involving short as well as long bones, that are not caused by hyperparathyroidism or giant-cell tumors and probably are an associated inherent mesodermal defect. These features suggest a mesodermal dysplasia.
SELZER G, DAVID R, REVACH M, et al. Goltz Syndrome with Multiple Giant-Cell Tumor-Like Lesions in Bones: A Case Report. Ann Intern Med. 1974;80:714–717. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-80-6-714
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1974;80(6):714-717.
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