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Sheffield syndrome: A rare disorder characterized by abnormal bone development involving stippled (speckled) calcification of growing ends of long bones. The main features of this disorder are retarded growth, facial anomalies and short end bones in fingers. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Sheffield syndrome is available below.
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