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What are the common symptoms of williams syndrome?

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In brief: Growth and cardiac

Williams syndrome patients have often growth deficiency.
Language ability is greater than cognitive ability. They are friendly, have a hoarse voice, anxious, hypersensitive to sounds. Often, they have blue eyes, with a stellate pattern in the iris, prominent lips, hypoplastic nails, poor dentition. Supravalvular aortic stenosis and peripheral pulmonary stenosis are common. Renal anomalies as well.

In brief: Growth and cardiac

Williams syndrome patients have often growth deficiency.
Language ability is greater than cognitive ability. They are friendly, have a hoarse voice, anxious, hypersensitive to sounds. Often, they have blue eyes, with a stellate pattern in the iris, prominent lips, hypoplastic nails, poor dentition. Supravalvular aortic stenosis and peripheral pulmonary stenosis are common. Renal anomalies as well.
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