Claus Newman, one of the doctors who is working with the Thalidomide Trust, classified thalidomide embryopathy as a syndrome, a collection of conditions that are independently seen. If you see a combination of those conditions and the patient is of the right age and has had some sort of exposure past, then yes, you would want to expand your criteria to cover all bases. Isn't that right?
You get various damage. There's nervous system damage. There's eyes, ears, internal organs, genitalia, limbs, gastro-intestinal tract. Each of those tissues or systems can be affected independently of every other. If you see a combination of those conditions, you would say there's a possibility, yes, but you would need to see a clinician to get a proper diagnosis.