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What is Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome?

What is Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome?

  • Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome: A rare syndrome characterized mainly by a small head and heart, facial and skeletal abnormalities. The specific abnormalities can vary somewhat e.g. heart abnormalities may include pulmonary artery atresia, ventricular septal defect, atrial septal defect, overriding aorta, tetralogy of Fallot, right ventricular hypertrophy or subpulmonary obstruction. Skeletal abnormalities tend to involve mainly the digits, forearms and lower legs.

Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome: Introduction

Types of Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome:

Broader types of Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome:

What causes Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome?

Causes of Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome: see causes of Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome

What are the symptoms of Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome?

Symptoms of Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome: see symptoms of Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome

Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome: see treatments for Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome

Name and Aliases of Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome

Main name of condition: Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome

Other names or spellings for Microcephaly-Faciocardioskeletal syndrome:

Hadziselimovic syndrome

 

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