Links

linksBohring-Opitz Syndrome

Bohring-Opitz Syndrome Facebook support group

“Bohring-Opitz Syndrome – A worldwide exchange of information and awareness” Facebook page

Bohring-Opitz Syndrome Foundation

Facebook group Bohring-Opitz Syndrome in Italie: Bohring-Opitz Italy/Mariateresa

Facebook page Bohring-Opitz Syndrome in France: Syndrome de Bohring-Opitz France

Radboud UMC: Diagnostic requests

OMIM®, Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man®, An Online Catalog of Human Genes and Genetic Disorders: Bohring-Opitz-Syndrome

Whole genome sequencing discovers Bohring-Opitz syndrome in China

Ubiquitous clinical sequencing. Matthew Bainbridge talks about finding rare disease mutations.  BioMed Central 2013

Bainbridge-Ropers Syndrome

Website Bainbridge-Ropers Syndrome

Facebook group Bainbridge-Ropers Syndrome

The Simons VIP team is studying both copy number variants (CNVs) and changes in one gene (including the ASXL3 gene which mutated cause Bainbridge-Ropers Syndrome) that have been associated with features of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and developmental delay.

Opitz C-Syndrome

Associatión Síndrome Opitz C (Spain)

A race against the clock for the research in C. Opitz Syndrome, BioTech Spain

NORD National Organisation for Rare Disorders offers information on C Syndrome.

Info C-like-syndrome on Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD)


William Reardon: The Bedside Dysmorphologist – classical clinical signs in human malformation disorders and their diagnostic significance. Oxford University Press, 2007

Dysmorphology is the study of congenital malformations and is one of the core areas of clinical genetics. Often the first professional seeing these birth defects is a pediatrician, who notices, for example, that the ears may be rather low set. While in itself minor, this physical sign may indicate a malformation that will be accompanied by other serious genetic disorders. Does the sign, or does it not, indicate an underlying syndrome? That question is often quite difficult to answer, and the texts that may aid in diagnosis are highly sophisticated and rather daunting for the practicing pediatrician. The aim of Reardons new text is to provide a practical solution to this situation. In a format using a high-quality color illustration of the most common and most elusive signs on the left-hand page and clear, concise text descriptions on the right, Reardon will create a unique and helpful guide to identifying these malformations and determining their clinical significance. Willie Reardon, a veteran OUP author and eminent dysmorphologist, is well-suited to write such a book, which will appeal to a wide audience of pediatricians, geneticists, genetic counselors, and embryologists.

“Unusually for a book on dysmorphology, this compact tome can accompany the interested clinician on ward rounds without intruding on the bedside manner, yet is packed full of interesting and helpful information, as well as a wealth of illustrations (on every facing page), without which it is impossible to be a student of the subject…Reardon is one of a rare breed of clinician–a truly accomplished dysmorphologist–and I have been enlightened, from learning the meaning of ‘poliosis’ to being alerted to rare syndromes that are usually beyond the reach of my personal radar. There is something in this book for dysmorphologists at all levels of interest and experience.”–Peter Turnpenny, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, for British Journal of Hospital Medicine

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