Roaf syndrome

Roaf syn·drome

(rōf),
a nonhereditary craniofacial-skeletal disorder characterized by congenital or early retinal detachment, cataracts, myopia, shortened long bones, and mental retardation; progressive sensorineural hearing loss is of later onset.

Roaf syn·drome

(rōf sin'drōm)
Craniofacial-skeletal disorder due to a sporadic or inheritable defect in formation of collagen II characterized by congenital or early retinal detachment, cataracts, myopia, shortened long bones, and mental retardation; progressive sensorineural hearing loss is of later onset.

Roaf,

R.,
Roaf syndrome - a nonhereditary craniofacial-skeletal disorder characterized by multiple defects.