Scheie's syndrome


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Scheie's syndrome

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a type of mucopolysaccharidosis considered to be an atypical form of hurler's syndrome. The principal sign is marked progressive corneal clouding; other signs are hirsutism, joint stiffness, mild bone deformities (often only in the hands), disease of the aorta, and a wide-mouthed face. There is no mental retardation.