Facial dysmorphism-shawl scrotum-joint laxity syndrome
Synonyms: Seaver-Cassidy syndrome
Facial dysmorphism-shawl scrotum-joint laxity syndrome is characterised by facial dysmorphism (hypertelorism telecanthus downslanting palpebral fissures ptosis malar hypoplasia broad nasal bridge thin upper lip smooth philtrum and low-set prominent ears) and associated with joint anomalies (genu valgum or cubitus valgus hyper-extensible joints etc.). It has been described in two patients (a mother and her son). The boy also had hypoplastic shawl scrotum and cryptorchidism and the mother had mild intellectual deficit.
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