OPITZ C SYNDROME
The striking feature of this syndrome is the trigonocephaly, produced by the cranial metopic suture (or synostosis). Therefore, this disease is also known as Opitz Trigonocephaly Syndrome.
Other characteristic features are the wide, flat nasal bridge with a short nose, hypertelorism, high arched palate, gum hypertrophy, strabismus, malformed fingers and toes and genitals abnormalities.
This is a very severe condition, being the most critical stage the two first years of life, on which there is a high mortality rate.
In general, children have a high degree of mental retardation, feeding difficulties and problems in motor development.
Although this syndrome was described by Dr. John M Opitz in 1969, the gene responsible for the disease are still unknown.
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