To the Editor.—

We report an unusual ocular finding associated with the chromosome lq deletion syndrome in a full-term black girl for whom there was no family history of congenital anomalies, fetal wastage, consanguinity, or drug ingestion. The infant was overtly microcephalic (third percentile) with a sloping forehead, metopic sutures open to the brow, and a large posterior fontanel. She had a low anterior hair line, depressed nasal bridge, bulbous nose, thin down-turned lips, prominent philtrum, malformed ears, and a webbed neck.

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