Distinctive facial features
Distinctive facial features or unusual facial features are common in a variety of congenital syndromes. The term “characteristic facial features” is also often used.
The best known examples include Down Syndrome, which has a characteristic round face with enlarged tongue, and Orofacial cleft which causes a cleft lip and/or
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Causes List for Distinctive facial features
Possible causes of Distinctive facial features (or similar symptoms) may include:1
- AICAR transformylase/IMP cyclohydrolase deficiency (Low-set ears)
- ALG1-congenital disorder of glycosylation (unusual facial features)
- ALG12-congenital disorder of glycosylation (unusual facial features)
- AL amyloidosis (Macroglossia)
- ATR-X syndrome (Low-set ears, Macroglossia)
- Aarskog-Scott syndrome (distinctive facial features ...
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