There are a large number of dysmorphic syndromes associated with various combinations of hypertelorism (with or without flat mid-face), epicanthic folds, convergent squint, low set ears, upward and downward slanting of the palpebral fissures, and eyebrows abnormalities occurring in association with hypotonia and developmental delay. The aim of this book is to report the occurrence of a new dysmorphic syndrome with the novel occurrence of unique eyebrows abnormalities consisting of splitting with a relatively thick upward slanting medial parts and thin non-slanting lateral parts in association with downward slanting palpebral fissures, bilateral convergent squint, hypertelorism with flat mid-face, epicanthic folds, large ears, developmental delay, and infantile hypotonia mostly attributed to congenital myopathy.
Aamir Al Mosawi
Aamir Jalal Al Mosawi, is advisor doctor in pediatrics and pediatric psychiatry at the Children Teaching Hospital of Baghdad Medical City. He is also advisor doctor and expert trainer at the National Training and Development Center of the Iraqi Ministry of Health. He is the Head of Iraq Headquarter of Copernicus Scientists International Panel.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
genetics, New syndrome, Upward-eyebrows slanting, Downward-eye slanting, Iraq
MEDICAL / General