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Two unrelated patients of different sexes are described, both presenting with congenital redundant skin (cutis laxa), growth deficiency, mental retardation and bone dystrophy. Parental consanguinity in both families and a more pronounced severity of the neurological disease in the male patient were present. Both patients were diagnosed in infancy as having De Barsy syndrome, but clinical follow-up revealed that the clinical picture was compatible with the diagnosis of cutis laxa with growth anddoi:10.1590/s1415-47572005000200001 fatcat:dy6embzqqvdfnetva3oia7qifm