Hallermann-Streiff syndrome also known as the Francois dyscephalic syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that is primarily characterized by misshapenness of the skull and face; people with this may have thin hair ; eye abnormalities; dental defects; degenerative skin changes. changes are usually most noticeable in the scalp and nose Characteristic features include a short, broad head with an unusually prominent forehead and a small, underdeveloped lower jaw ; a narrow, highly arched roof of the mouth ; and a thin, pinched nose. Many affected individuals also have clouding of the lenses of the eyes at birth witch can eventually lead to blindness. Dental defects may include the presence of certain teeth at birth and absence malformation, and/or improper alignment of teeth. In almost all cases, Hallermann-Streiff syndrome has appeared to occur randomly for unknown reasons.
Hallermann's Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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