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From its first description in antiquity, the place of cryptophthalmos in the history of medical genetics is briefly set out until, in the twentieth century, this rare constellation of multiple congenital malformations of which cryptophthalmos is the most striking, even though not obligatory, component, was identified as an inherited autosomal recessive condition. It was given the name of Fraser syndrome and mutant alleles of the genes FRAS1, FREM2 and GRIP1 were identified as being responsibledoi:10.4236/ojgen.2013.32a3001 fatcat:y3rzqbbnubfw5n5x3uibsswxea