Cow Face

fa·ci·es bo·vi·'na

the cowlike face resulting from ocular hypertelorism; typical of craniofacial dysostosis.
Synonym(s): cow face
A facies described in patients with ocular hypertelorism, associated with craniofacial dysostosis
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