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Martine Gilard, M.D., Ph naltrexone tablets .D.D., Bernard Iung, M.D., Patrick Donzeau-Gouge, M.D., Ph.D., Karine Chevreul, M.D., Jean Fajadet, M.D., Pascal Leprince, M.D., Alain Leguerrier, M.D., Michel Lievre, Ph.D., Alain Prat, M.D., Emmanuel Teiger, M.D., Thierry Lefevre, M.D., Dominique Himbert, M.D., Didier Tchetche, M.D.D., Bernard Albat, M.D., Alain Cribier, M.D., Gilles Rioufol, M.D., Ph.D., Arnaud Sudre, M.D., Didier Blanchard, M.D., Frederic Collet, M.D., Pierre Dos Santos, M.D., Nicolas Meneveau, M.D., Ph.D., Ashok Tirouvanziam, M.D., Christophe Caussin, M.D., Philippe Guyon, M.D., Jacques Boschat, M.D., Herve Le Breton, M.D., Frederic Collart, M.D., Remi Houel, M.D., Stephane Delpine, M.D., Geraud Souteyrand, M.D., Xavier Favereau, M.D., Patrick Ohlmann, M.D., Vincent Doisy, M.D., Gilles Grollier, M.D., Antoine Gommeaux, M.D., Jean-Philippe Claudel, M.D., Francois Bourlon, M.D., Bernard Bertrand, M.D., Eric Van Belle, M.D., Ph.D., and Marc Laskar, M.D.

Fetal hypotrophy was first noted in the 30th week of gestation. Feeding through a nasogastric tube was essential for 6 months. Her psychomotor development was slightly delayed. She was able to walk at 1.5 years of age also to speak single words at 2.3 years of age. A neuropsychological exam with the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children at 7.3 years of age revealed low-normal intelligence, with scores at or below the 35th %ile. At first presentation, when she was 4.2 years of age, the individual had severe growth restriction; she had a prominent forehead and clinodactyly of the fifth digit.