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Mar·fan

(mahr-fahn'),
Antoine Bernard-Jean, French pediatrician, 1858-1942. See: Marfan disease, Marfan law, Marfan syndrome.
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Marfan Syndrome is a disorder of the body's connective tissues, which maintain the structure of the body and support internal organs.
Frequency of coronary ostial aneurysms after aortic root surgery in patients with the Marfan syndrome.
Marfan syndrome (MFS, OMIM #154700) is a rare genetic pleiotropic disorder, presenting with skeletal, ocular, skin, and cardiovascular symptoms.
The event was organised by the Szoradi family from Meltham after three-year-old William Szoradi was diagnosed with Marfans Syndrome.
5] were the first to report two cases of FAP with several extracolonic abnormalities of mesodermal origin strongly resembling Marfan syndrome.
Children with Shprintzen Goldberg Syndrome are often said to have a marfanoid habitus, because their bodies resemble those of people with a genetic condition called Marfan syndrome.
Unlike her sisters, Lexi was not a large baby and was diagnosed with Cri du Chat syndrome, sufferers of which are usually small, before a growth spurt showed she also had Marfan.
Marfan syndrome (MFS) is a multi-system autosomal dominant heritable disorder of the connective tissue with a prevalence of 1 per 5000 individuals (Anmash et al 2008).
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the National Marfan Foundation, 22 Manhasset Ave.
Marfan syndrome is a condition in which your body's connective tissue is abnormal.
Marfan syndrome (MFS) is a connective tissue disorder being transmitted as an autosomal dominant.
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