A neonate whose mother had been diagnosed as suffering from bronchial carcinoma presented with many of the features characterizing the syndrome shown by babies of diabetic mothers. It is suggested that over-production of corticotrophin in the mother was responsible for the hypoglycaemia and other manifestations in the infant.
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