Auriculoosteodysplasia is a very rare condition characterized by multiple osseous dysplasia, characteristic ear shape (elongation of the lobe that is attached and accompanied by a small, slightly posterior lobule) and somewhat short stature.
The disorder has been observed in numerous members of two families.
Dysplasia of the radiocapitellar joint was a constant finding in all affected individuals.
Transmission is autosomal dominant.
Last update: March 2008