Robinow syndrome

(rob´ĭ-nou) dwarfism associated with increased interorbital distance, malaligned teeth, bulging forehead, depressed nasal bridge, and short limbs. Called also Robinow dwarfism and fetal face syndrome.
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Robinow syndrome

Robinow syndrome is an extremely rare genetic disorder characterized by short-limbed dwarfism, abnormalities in the head, face, and external genitalia, as well as vertebral segmentation. The disorder was first described in 1969 by human geneticist Meinhard Robinow, along with physicians Frederic N. Silverman and Hugo D. Smith, in the American Jour
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Robinow Syndrome

A rare birth defect that causes dwarfism and abnormalities in the head, face and genitalia. In more severe cases, skeletal abnormalities may be present. Robinow syndrome has also been caleed fetal face syndrome because the facial anomalies often resemble those of a developing fetus at approximately 8 weeks gestation. The baby will be born with wide
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Robinow syndrome

Type: Term Pronunciation: rob′i-now Definitions: 1. a skeletal dysplasia characterized by bulging forehead, hypertelorism, depressed nasal bridge (so-called fetal face), wide mouth, acromesomelic shortening of limbs, hemivertebrae, and hypoplastic genitalia; there is also an autosomal recessive form [MIM*268310]. Synonyms: Robinow dwarfism &n
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