Larsen syndrome

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Lar·sen syn·drome

(lar'sĕn),
a syndrome characterized by multiple congenital dislocations with osseous anomalies, including characteristic flattened facies and cleft of the soft palate.

Larsen syndrome

[Loren Joseph Larsen, Am. orthopedic surgeon, b. 1914]
A rare autosomal disorder characterized by multiple joint dislocations and flattening of the face with widely spaced eyes, among other findings.

Larsen,

Loren Joseph, U.S. orthopedic surgeon, 1914–.
Larsen syndrome - characterized by multiple congenital dislocations with osseous anomalies, including characteristic flattened facies and cleft soft palate.