Ptosis strabismus diastasis
Type of disease: Rare conditions
Ptosis strabismus diastasis is a rare condition characterized by ptosis (drooping eyelids), hip abnormalities, and developmental delay. Symptoms may include: crossed eyes, undescended testes, abdominal muscle defects, hip dislocation, small eyelids, and short fingers and toes. Although the causes are unknown, it is most likely an autosomal recessive disorder, meaning that both copes of the gene affected must be mutated.