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Noonan Syndrome

Noonan is condition that alters the normal appearance of the face and body statute. Noonan syndrome is a congenital disease meaning that it dates from birth. It is always evident but its detection may depend with its severity. Noonan syndrome does not select the race or the sex of an individual. Noonan syndrome begins at […]

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DiGeorge Syndrome

DiGeorge Syndrome is a disorder of the chromosomes. The severity of the defects can lead poor development of different parts of the body. Its range of diagnosis among people ranges from 1 to 2000 to 1 to 4000 in the population. Sponsored link Causes of DiGeorge syndrome The disorder is caused by deletion of some […]

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Wiliams Syndrome

About one in every 7,500 to 20,000 people around the world suffer from Williams syndrome. It’s a condition, which is usually noticeable at birth due to the unique facial features of the affected newborns. It persists throughout the life of the individual, even though a lot can be done to ensure that affected persons lead […]

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Angelman Syndrome

Angelman syndrome is a genetic condition wherein affected babies may elicit developmental delays, speech defects, imbalance, abnormal walking and posture, seizure, and other neurological issues. Developmental deficits become visible in 6 to 12 months post birth while convulsions start after 2 to 3 years. Angelman syndrome patients are usually happy and have an excitable and […]

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Microcephaly

Microcephaly is a neurological disorder that occurs because a child’s brain does not develop or grow properly. The end result of this leads to the size of the head being smaller than normal. This results in the brain not being able to grow at the normal pace and neither does the skull also. Many children […]

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Treacher Collins Syndrome

Treacher Collins, also known as the Treacher Collins–Franceschetti syndrome is a rare autosomal congenital disorder characterized by extreme facial deformities. Other prominent features include slanting eyes, hearing disorders and absent ear/ears, comparatively smaller jaw (lower). There is also an underdeveloped zygoma in some cases. However these deformities do not impact the normal growth, development and intelligence of […]

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