It is possible that the primary title of the record Wolf Hirschhorn Syndrome is not the name you expected. Kindly check the basic synonyms detailing to find the alternative name(s) as well as condition subdivision(s) covered by this record.
- Wolf Syndrome
- Wolf-Hirschhorn Chromosome Region (WHCR)
- Chromosome 4, Partial Removal 4p
- Partial Removal of the Short Arm of Chromosome 4
- Chromosome 4, Partial Monosomy 4p
- 4p- Syndrome, Partial
- Pitt-Rogers-Danks Syndrome
Wolf-Hirschhorn disorder is an incredibly unusual chromosomal disorder caused by a partial removal (monosomy) of the brief arm (“p”) of chromosome 4. Major symptoms could include extremely wide-set eyes (ocular hypertelorism) with a broad or beaked nose, a tiny head (microcephaly), low-set malformed ears, mental as well as development deficiency, heart (cardiac) flaws, as well as seizures. Due to the fact that the amount of genetic product erased differs, the signs and symptoms of this disorder vary from situation to case.