A case of oculocerebrocutaneous syndrome is presented, to our knowledge the first to be reported in West Bank and Gaza. The child was of consanguinous parents. The clinical features of orbital cyst, periorbital cutaneous malformations, and cerebral malformations are described, together with a brief review of previous reports. The need for neurological follow-up of these cases is emphasised.
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