Adams Oliver syndrome
- Aplasia cutis congenita with terminal transverse defects of limbs, and skull defects
- Congenital scalp defects with distal limb anomalies
- Forrest H Adams syndrome
- Limb scalp and skull defects
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Most of the deaths of people with Adams Oliver syndrome (AOS) that I have seen are a result of pulmonary hypertension. Is there a relationship between those deaths and vascular problems or cutis marmorata telangiectastica congenita (CMTC)? Is there a difference between the vascular problems common in AOS patients and those who also have CMTC? Click here for answer