Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome: Abbreviated WHS. A chromosome disorder due to partial deletion of the short (p) arm of chromosome 4. It is therefore also called the 4p- syndrome. Features of the syndrome include midline defects with a scalp defect, widespaced eyes, broad or beaked nose, oral facial clefts (cleft lip/palate); low simple ears with a dimple
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(voolf´ hәrsh´horn) a syndrome associated with partial deletion of the short arm of chromosome 4, characterized by an undersized head, increased distance between the eyes, epicanthus, cleft palate, a small, receding lower jaw, low-set ears that are simplified in form, undescended testes, and hypospadias.
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A birth disorder that is caused by a defect on chromosome #4 and usually affects girls more than boys. This defect occurs in approximately 1 out of every 50,000 births. Babies that are born with this condition will usually have very distinct facial features. They generally have a small head and a prominent forehead with wide eyes and a beaked nose.
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