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Dominantly inherited glomerulonephritis and an unusual skin disease.
  1. M C Sherwood,
  2. J R Pincott,
  3. F J Goodwin,
  4. M J Dillon
  1. Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children, London.

    Abstract

    An unusual association of uncommon facies including telangiectasia in a butterfly distribution, a similar skin lesion on extensor areas, sparse hair, and membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis is described in a 4 year old boy and his father. The mode of inheritance of these features seems to be autosomal dominant.

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