dyscephalia mandibulooculofacialis

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dys·ce·pha·li·a man·di·bu·lo·oc·u·lo·fa·ci·a·lis

[MIM*234100]
a syndrome of bony anomalies of the calvaria, face, and jaw, with brachygnathia, narrow curved nose, and multiple ocular defects including microphthalmia, microcornea, and cataract, often with alopecia overlying cranial sutures, or alopecia areata, or absence of eyebrows. The pattern of inheritance is undecided.

dys·ce·pha·li·a man·di·bu·lo·oc·u·lo·fa·ci·a·lis

(dissĕ-fālē-ă man-dibyū-lō-okyū-lō-fāshē-ālis) [MIM*234100]
Syndrome of bony anomalies of the calvaria, face, and jaw, with brachygnathia, narrow curved nose, and multiple ocular defects including microphthalmia, micro-cornea, and cataracts.
Synonym(s): oculomandibulo-dyscephaly, oculomandibulofacial syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
Case report: Orofacial characteristics of Hallermann-Streiff Syndrome. Eur J Paediatr Dent 2003; 4(3):155-8.
Her brave boy suffers from Hallermann-Streiff syndrome, a rare congenital disorder that affects growth and cranial and dental development.