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and seventh children stillborn at term. Hydrocephalus noticed while a baby. 4. (No. 35) Patient eight years old, has spastic diplegia. Has webbed fingers, hypospadias and hydrocephalus. He was the fourth pregnancy. The first and second were miscarriages at three weeks; third, a healthy child, died when nine months old of cholera infantum. Labor long and difficult; child had the cord around his neck and was asphyxiated; no forceps used. Had convulsions at birth. Parents healthy. One uncledoi:10.1056/nejm190405051501802 fatcat:5fmi7fho65gldpgp2t65mk6kwq