Clinical phenotypes of affected individuals.
(A, B) Individuals II-6 (A; family A) and II-4 (B; family B) both show short 4th and 5th metatarsals. (C) Individual II-6 (family A) shows thin corpus callosum in the brain MRI at 17 months as well as hand arachnodactyly in the skeletal radiography. (D) Individual II-4 (family B) shows partial agenesis of the corpus callosum in the brain MRI at 14 years as well as mid phalanx hypoplasia in digit V (arrow) in the skeletal radiography. (E) Kidney sections of affected individuals from family A. At 15 years old, 3 years after the proteinuria onset, individual II-3 showed mostly normal glomeruli but with hypertrophic podocytes (arrow) (left panel; methenamine-silver stain; 40x), while few glomeruli (middle panel) had segmental sclerosis of the glomerular tuft (arrow; trichrome stain; 40x). There were no major lesions of the tubular-interstitial compartment (left and middle). Individual II-6 (right panel) presented with end-stage renal disease at 13 years old and showed severe glomerulosclerosis of almost all the glomeruli with retraction of the glomerular tuft and hypertrophic podocytes (arrow) (methenamine-silver stain; 40x).