Title

Familial Asymmetric Crying Facies: Its Occurrence Secondary to Hypoplasia of the Anguli Oris Depressor Muscles

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

7-1979

Abstract

Asymmetric crying facies is a common neonatal problem with multiple causes. Asymmetric crying facies occurred in a newborn, secondary to familial hypoplasia of the anguli oris depressor muscle. The differential diagnosis of asymmetric crying facies should include this genetic cause.

DOI

10.1001/archpedi.1979.02130070079017