M. Dundar, K. Erkilic, F. Demiryilmaz, M. Kucukaydin, M. Kendirci, H. Okur, A. Kazez
Human Genetics. 97: 540-542.
Publication year: 1996

Congenital alacrima is an autosomal dominant disorder showing markedly deficient lacrimation and punctate corneal epithelial erosions. The G (Opitz-Frias) syndrome is also an autosomal dominant disorder characterised by hypertelorism, hypospadias, stridor, and dysphagia. Here we report a 5-year-old boy with the G syndrome presenting congenital alacrima.