Meier-Gorlin syndrome

Meier-Gorlin syndrome

(mī′ĕr-gŏr′lĭn)
A rare autosomal recessive disorder in which children have impaired growth, and, in particular, small ears and poorly formed kneecaps.
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Eoin is one of only 28 people in the world suffering from the genetic condition of Meier-Gorlin Syndrome.
As well as Meier-Gorlin Syndrome he has now been diagnosed with autism.