Pfeiffer Syndrome Type 1

October 4, 2018 2:38 am Published by

Pfeiffer Syndrome – Type 1 is usually intellectually normal. There is moderate to severe underdevelopment of the mid-face, broad and inwardly deviated thumbs and big toes with variable degrees of shortening of the digits. Hydrocephalus and hearing loss may also occur.

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