[Robinow's syndrome. Apropos of a case with thrombopenia].Arch Fr Pediatr. 1983 Apr; 40(4):327-30.AF
We report on a 17 month-old boy with Robinow' syndrome characterized by mild dwarfism, brachymelia, frontal bossing, hypertelorism, upturned nose, gingivodental, vertebral and bone age abnormalities, hypoplastic genitalia with normal gestation, birth weight and length and intelligence. There was an unusual association with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and splenomegaly.