Pfeiffer Syndrome Type 2

September 21, 2018 6:49 pm Published by

Pfeiffer Syndrome – Type 2 is usually characterized by developmental delay, cloverleaf skull, extreme bulging of the eyes, broad and inwardly deviated thumbs and big toes with variable degrees of shortening of the digits, as well as fusion of the elbows and knees. Other features may include narrowing or closure of the nasal passages, laryngeal and tracheal malformations, hydrocephalus and seizures.

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