chipmunk face

A descriptor for expanded globular maxillae, with BM hyperexpansion into facial bones, combined with prominent epicanthal folds, characteristic of severe beta-thalassemia. Chipmunk face may also refer to soft tissue swelling—e.g., diffuse parotid gland swelling—accompanied by xerostomia and reddened eyes, seen in Sjögren syndrome

chipmunk face

A descriptor for expanded globular maxillae, with BM hyperexpansion into facial bones, combined with prominent epicanthal folds, characteristic of severe β thalassemia; Cf may also refer to soft tissue swelling–eg, diffuse parotid gland swelling, accompanied by xerostomia and reddened eyes, seen in Sjögren syndrome. See β-thalassemia.
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And once again, he was barely managing to finish a sentence before the target reappeared, along with a mass of laser-sight cross hairs all swarming across that pugnacious little chipmunk face of his.
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One of the subtests, called Chipmunk Fun, required the children to click on as many chipmunk faces as they could within a 20-second time period.