Adducted thumb syndrome recessive form, also known as Christian syndrome or Craniostenosis arthrogryposis cleft palate, is a rare disease affecting multiple systems which causes malformations of the palate, thumbs, and upper limbs. The name Christian syndrome derives from Joe. C. Christian the first person to describe the condition. Christian-Andrews-Conneally-Muller syndrome is another term, named after the other authors (P. A. Andrews, P. M. Conneally and Jans Muller) of the original publication.
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