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Adams Oliver Syndrome (AOS) is characterized by scalp defects, aplasia cutis congenital, and terminal transverse limb defects. Clinical features are highly variable in different individuals; problems in blood vessels, bones, abdominal wall, heart, eyes, and brain have been reported. Both autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive modes of inheritance are observed in AOS.