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What does a child with digeorge syndrome look like?
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Dr. Jason Adler
Pediatrics - Critical Care
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In brief: DiGeorge Syndrome
Patients with digeorge syndrome may have abnormal facial features including a prominent nose, a hole in the roof of their mouth (cleft palate), problems with swallowing, breathing, and speaking, various heart defects that may require surgery, hearing loss, neurologic and learning defects, amongst other issues.
They can have problems fighting infection and with parathyroid gland function.

In brief: DiGeorge Syndrome
Patients with digeorge syndrome may have abnormal facial features including a prominent nose, a hole in the roof of their mouth (cleft palate), problems with swallowing, breathing, and speaking, various heart defects that may require surgery, hearing loss, neurologic and learning defects, amongst other issues.
They can have problems fighting infection and with parathyroid gland function.
Dr. Jason Adler
Dr. Jason Adler
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Dr. Barton Cook
Pediatrics - Cardiology
In brief: DiGeorge
Particular facial features may be present in some people with digeorge syndrome.
Some of these are: small, low-set ears, wide-set eyes, hooded eyes, a relatively long face or a short or flattened groove in the upper lip. A cleft palate is common.

In brief: DiGeorge
Particular facial features may be present in some people with digeorge syndrome.
Some of these are: small, low-set ears, wide-set eyes, hooded eyes, a relatively long face or a short or flattened groove in the upper lip. A cleft palate is common.
Dr. Barton Cook
Dr. Barton Cook
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