At term, these should suggest the diagnosis of Type I SLO: microcephaly, 2-3 syndactyly of toes, small proximally placed thumbs, cataracts. Males have hypospadias and a hypoplastic scrotum

Type II SLO is a severe lethal form. In males, the external genitalia can be ambiguous or female. Multiple skeletal anomalies, GU, GI, CNS, endocrine abnormalities as well.

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Baraitser and Winter, 1996. Color Atlas of Congenital Malformation Syndromes