Waardenburg syndrome

[wôrdn-bûrg′, vär-]
n.
  1. An inherited syndrome marked by displacement of the medial canthi and lacrimal puncta, a broad nasal bridge, multicolored or hyperpigmented irises, cochlear deafness, and a white forelock.
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