Noonan syndrome is a condition that is characterized by unusual facial features, short stature, heart defects, skeletal malformations, and bleeding problems. Most people with Noonan syndrome suffer from a heart defect that narrows the valve that controls blood flow from the heart to the lungs. The facial features of people with Noonan syndrome include: a deep grove in the area between the nose and mouth, widely spaced eyes, low-set years, high arch on the roof of the mouth, poor alignment of teeth, and a short neck. Noonan disease occurs in 1 out of every 2,500 people and has no cure.
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Noonan Syndrome is also known as noonan syndrome, pseudo-ullrich-turner syndrome, turner syndrome in female with x chromosome, turner's phenotype, karyotype normal, familial turner syndrome, turner-like syndrome, turner's phenotype, karyotype normal (disorder), noonan-ehmke syndrome, cardiomyopathies, turner syndrome, cardiomyopathy.