A boy is described with Juberg-Hayward syndrome. In addition to unilateral cleft lip and palate, bilateral absent thumbs, anomalous carpal bones, and deformity of the radial heads, there were other skeletal abnormalities. The patient showed clinical and biochemical evidence of growth hormone deficiency which appears to be an integral part of the syndrome.
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