CLAPO syndrome is a newly described syndrome consisting of capillary malformation of the lower lip (C), lymphatic malformation of the face and neck (L), asymmetry of face and limbs (A) and partial or generalized overgrowth (O).Last update: July 2010
It has been described in six unrelated patients.
Capillary malformation of the lower lip is observed in all patients. The overgrowth was noted at birth in three patients but was generalized in only one patient; it was partial in the other patients and involved one or more body segments.
Inheritance of this association is not known.