Distinction of Mohr`s Syndrome from OFD Type I: Case Report and Review of the Literature
The Oralfacialdigital Syndromes (OFD) results from the pleiotropic effect of a morphogenetic impairment affecting almost invariably the mouth, face and digits. In view of the different modes of inheritance and the different prognoses of the most common OFDs; OFD I, and II, it is important to establish a correct diagnosis in these patients. A case of type II OFD syndrome is being reported and the distinguishing clinico-radiological features with type I are compared. This case reports also reviews the various other types of OFD and their distinguishing characteristics and emphasizes the early diagnosis and treatment of the same.