The Sakati-Nyhan syndrome, also known as Sakati-Nyhan-Tisdale syndrome or acrocephalosyndactly type III, is an extremely rare type of acrocephalopolysyndactyly.
Its main features include:
History and etymology
It was first described by Nadia Awni Sakati, William Leo Nyhan and W K Tisdale in 1971 1.
- 1. Sakati N, Nyhan WL, Tisdale WK. A new syndrome with acrocephalopolysyndactyly, cardiac disease, and distinctive defects of the ear, skin, and lower limbs. J. Pediatr. 1971;79 (1): 104-9. - Pubmed citation