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Table 1 Patients not meeting MS diagnostic criteria defined for this study

From: Moebius sequence –a multidisciplinary clinical approach

  Facial paralysis Abducens paralysis Symptoms/findings Diagnosis
No. 6 Unilateral No Hypermetropia, Achilles contracture Unknown
No. 7 No No Fibrotic eye muscles, divergent strabismus, bilateral clubfeet, leukomalasia of the cerebrum with periventricular pathologies Congenital Fibrosis of Extraocular Muscles type 3A (OMIM #600638) and Artrogryposis Multiplex Congenita
No. 8 No No Congenital vocal cord paralysis Unknown
No. 9 Affected Unilateral Apraxia of the oculomotor nerves, midfacial hypoplasia, unilateral club-foot, anisomelia, Poland Artrogryposis Multiplex Congenita.
No. 10 Unilateral No Congenital syringomelia, anal atresia, hypospadia, fibula atresia, cruciate ligament aplasia Unknown
  1. In this study we define MS as congenital bilateral paralysis of the facial and abducens nerves