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  • noun Plural form of dysmorphism.


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  • The Marshall Smith Syndrome (MSS) is a rare congenital disorder, displaying a constellation of unique symptoms, including orofacial dysmorphisms, accelerated osseous maturation and dysplasias, mental retardation, and respiratory maladies.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles Matthew Salter 2010

  • The presence of severe mental retardation associated with anomalous breathing pattern suggest the Joubert and Rett syndrome, excluded on the basis of clinical and genetic examination; the Angelmann syndrome, suspected for facial dysmorphisms and absent language, is excluded by the presence of a normal pattern of methylation at SNRPN locus (region 15q11-q12).

    BioMed Central - Latest articles Grazia Taddeucci 2010

  • GTF2IRD1 and GTF2I genes might be involved in the facial dysmorphisms and in the specific motor and cognitive deficits observed in WBS patients.

    Naturejobs - All Jobs Giovanni Battista Ferrero 2009

  • (paroxisms of hyperpnea-apnea) and facial dysmorphisms, whose causative gene

    BioMed Central - Latest articles Grazia Taddeucci 2010


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