Klippel Feil Syndrome Infant

Klippel Feil
Figure 3.61. This composite figure of the same infant as in Figure 3.60 shows the abnormalities of the ears with preauricular tags and epibulbar dermoids.
Lateral Facial Cleft
Figure 3.62. Another infant with Goldenhar's syndrome showing the lateral facial cleft, abnormal ear, preauricular skin tag, and abnormal skin from the corner of the mouth to the ear due to lack of normal fusion during development of the face.
Hallermann Streiff Francois Syndrom

Figure 3.64. Infants with Hallermann-Streiff syndrome (oculomandibulofacial syndrome, Fran├žois dyscephaly) have proportionate dwarfism. They also have brachycephaly with frontal and parietal bossing; hypotrichosis is present and the face appears small in relation to the skull. An antimongoloid slant of the eyes is common, and there is a narrow beaked nose and a hypoplastic mandible which gives the face a somewhat bird-like appearance. The mouth is small and there may be natal or supernumerary teeth. These infants often have bilateral congenital cataracts.

Figure 3.65. A lateral view of the same infant. Note the brachycephalic skull, small nose, micrognathia, and marked hypotrichosis. These infants have normal intelligence.

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Figure 3.66. In this figure note the antimongoloid slant of the eyes, narrow beaked nose, small pinched mouth, micrognathia, hypoplastic mandible and hypotrichosis.

Antimongoloid Slant

Figure 3.67. In this figure of the same infant as in Figure 3.66 note the high arched palate.

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Figure 3.67. In this figure of the same infant as in Figure 3.66 note the high arched palate.

Klippel Feil Syndrom

Figure 3.68. Infants with the Klippel-Feil syndrome or anomaly have a head which appears to be directly on the thorax. The facies is distorted and the ears are low set. Fusion or malformation of the cervical and upper thoracic vertebrae produces the short neck with head tilt and low posterior hairline. Strabismus is common.

Figure 3.68. Infants with the Klippel-Feil syndrome or anomaly have a head which appears to be directly on the thorax. The facies is distorted and the ears are low set. Fusion or malformation of the cervical and upper thoracic vertebrae produces the short neck with head tilt and low posterior hairline. Strabismus is common.

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