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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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.