Perlman Syndrome

Overview

Perlman syndrome is a very rare condition characterised by nephromegaly with renal dysplasia and Wilms tumor, macrosomia, cryptorchidism, and facial anomalies. It was first described by Perlman et al (1973, 1975) and is thought to be an autosomal recessive trait. Astuti et al (2012) reported that germline mutations in the DIS3L2 gene cause Perlman syndrome.

Literature Analysis

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Mutated Genes and Abnormal Protein Expression (1)

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GeneLocationAliasesNotesTopicPapers
DIS3L2 2q37.1 FAM6A, PRLMNS, hDIS3L2 -DIS3L2 and Perlman Syndrome
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Latest Publications

Perlman M, Goldberg GM, Bar-Ziv J, Danovitch G
Renal hamartomas and nephroblastomatosis with fetal gigantism: a familial syndrome.
J Pediatr. 1973; 83(3):414-8 [PubMed] Related Publications

Perlman M, Levin M, Wittels B
Syndrome of fetal gigantism, renal hamartomas, and nephroblastomatosis with Wilms' tumor.
Cancer. 1975; 35(4):1212-7 [PubMed] Related Publications
A new case of the fetal gigantism-renal hamartomas-nephroblastomatosis syndrome is described, in which a Wilms' tumor occurred. It is considered that this observation provides strong evidence for the interrelationship between renal dysplasia and renal neoplasia.

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