Fryns syndrome: Related Symptoms

Symptoms related to Fryns syndrome include:



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  • Intellectual disability: Intellectual disability, also known as mental retardation, is a term used when there are limits to a person’s ability to learn at an expected level and function in daily1 ...

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  • Aplasia: Aplasia refers to an undeveloped organ or anatomical structure. The term “hypoplasia” is also very similar, and a joint term “aplasia/hypoplasia” is often used to describe a particular abnormality ...

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References

  1. Source: CDC NCBDDD: cdc.gov/ ncbddd/ actearly/ pdf/ parents_pdfs/ IntellectualDisability.pdf

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