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Table 3 Diagnostic Criteria of Fraser Syndrome2

From: Reconstruction strategy in isolated complete Cryptophthalmos: a case series

Criterion Characteristics
Major Cryptophthalmos (complete, incomplete, or abortive form)
Genital abnormalities (male patients: cryptorchidism, hypospadias) (female patients: uterine abnormalities, malformed fallopian tubes, clitoromegaly)
Affected sibling
Minor Nasal malformations
Ear malformations
Laryngeal malformations
Umbilical hernia
Renal abnormalities (dysplasia, hypoplasia, or agenesis)
Bony abnormalities (other than syndactyly)
Cleavage of tongue or other oral clefts
Mental retardation