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Pterygium syndrome multiple dominant type

Overview

A very rare syndrome characterized by joint contractures, finger webbing, difficulty fully opening mouth and scoliosis .

Symptoms - Pterygium syndrome multiple dominant type

* Droopy eyelid * Severe scoliosis * Hemivertebrae * Joint contractures * Nasal speech * Abnormal palate function * Sunken chest * Mild finger webbing * Malformed wrist bones * Difficulty opening mouth widely

Causes - Pterygium syndrome multiple dominant type

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Prevention - Pterygium syndrome multiple dominant type

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Diagnosis - Pterygium syndrome multiple dominant type

signs and symptoms of Pterygium syndrome multiple dominant type may vary on an individual basis for each patient. Only your doctor can provide adequate diagnosis of any signs or symptoms and whether they are indeed Pterygium syndrome multiple dominant type symptoms.

Prognosis - Pterygium syndrome multiple dominant type

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Treatment - Pterygium syndrome multiple dominant type

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