Triangular Face

A hypoplastic face with prominent zygomatic arches, orbital hypertelorism, sunken cheeks, down-turned mouth, and occasionally brownish facial discolouration, which is characteristic of Mulibrey nanism. Triangular facies have also been described in Russell-Silver syndrome and Turner syndrome
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DITION, a wit " The couple learnt about common characteristics of the condition, such as a triangular face with a small jaw and a pointed chin, children having a tinge of blue in the white of the eye and the potential for early puberty.
The most popular procedure is contouring, lip enhancements, pouty lips, fish lips and the trend in the Gulf region is for big lips and bigger chins, or a pointed triangular face.
Russell-Silver syndrome (RSS) is a type of primordial dwarfism characterized by restricted intrauterine and postnatal growth, relative macrocephaly, triangular face, asymmetry, and feeding difficulties [1].
A flat piece with a flamelike outline frames the large, triangular face of a woman drawn in sharp lines with little shoulders and arms raised in a gesture of worship.
The palmated, heavy horns and triangular face indicated he was an old buck .
General examination of the child revealed that he was short statured [<fifth percentile], underweight [<third percentile], had facial dysmorphism with low set ears, inverted triangular face, ptosis, bulbous nasal tip, tall forehead, webbed neck and high arched palate.
Axel Vervoordt, Antwerp's charismatic dealer, collector and curator, presents a combination of beautiful objects--including an Egyptian four-sided sandstone Hathor capital, carved with a gazing, triangular face (332-320 BC; Fig.
Each had a prominent aquiline nose, eyebrows that met in the middle, and an almost triangular face that tapered to a pointed chin.
At that point, the students realised that to find the area of the triangular faces, what they really needed was the height of the triangular face (the slant height of the pyramid, l, and not the height of the pyramid, h).