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  Rayancaleb
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BRANCHIO-OTO-RENAL SYNDROME 

Is an autosomal dominant genetic disorder involving kidneys, ear and nek . individual with BOR may have underdeveloped ( hypoplastic ) or absent kidnrys with resultant renal insufficiency or renal faliure.
ear anomalies include extra opening in front of the ears ( preauricular pits) , extra pieces of skin in front of the ear ( preauricular tags) or furthur malformation or absence of the outer ear ( pinna) .
individuals can have mild to profound hearing loss, which can either sensorineural , conductive or mixed.people withBOR may also have cysts or fistula along the sides of their neck corresponding to the location of the embryologic brachial clefts.

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