Wide-set eyes are a facial abnormality where the eyes are spaced too far apart on the face. The medical term is “hypertelorism” which refers to space between any two anatomical structures, or more specifically “ocular hypertelorism” (eye hypertelorism).
Concern about wide-set eyes may be unwarranted; there is notable
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Causes List for Wide-set eyes
Possible causes of Wide-set eyes (or similar symptoms) may include:1
- Aarskog-Scott syndrome (widely spaced eyes)
- Acrodysostosis (widely-spaced eyes)
- Alpha thalassemia X-linked intellectual disability syndrome (widely spaced eyes)
- Andermann syndrome (widely spaced eyes)
- Andersen-Tawil syndrome (widely spaced eyes)
- Anderson-Tawil syndrome (widely spaced eyes)
- Anophthalmia plus syndrome ...
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