micrognathia with peromelia

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mi·cro·gna·thi·a with pe·ro·me·li·a

hypoplasia of the mandible with malformed and missing teeth, birdlike face, and severe deformities of the hands and forearms and sometimes of feet and legs.
Synonym(s): Hanhart syndrome

Hanhart,

Ernst, Swiss internist and geneticist, 1891-1973.
Hanhart syndrome - hypoplasia of the mandible with malformed and missing teeth, birdlike face, and severe deformities of the hands and forearms and sometimes of feet and legs. Synonym(s): micrognathia with peromelia
Richner-Hanhart syndrome - see under Richner

mi·cro·gna·thi·a with pe·ro·me·li·a

(mīkrog-nathē-ă per-o-mē-lē-ă)
Hypoplasia of mandible with malformed and missing teeth, birdlike face, and severe deformities of the hands, forearms, feet, legs.
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In the medical literature, a case of MS and a patient with Hanhart syndrome involving Moebius sequence in relation with intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), which is one of the assisted reproductive techniques, have been reported (4, 5).
The daughter of Ian Shanks, owner of Blueline Taxis company in Wallsend, North Tyneside was born with rare condition, Hanhart syndrome, and was given a Brave Heart Award age five for never letting her condition get her down.
Over a dozen years ago, doctors told the then-pregnant Stacey Santonastasso that her unborn child was afflicted with Hanhart syndrome type II, a rare condition that would result, they said, in her child being helpless for life.