pseudohypertelorism

pseu·do·hy·per·tel·or·ism

(sū'dō-hī'pĕr-tel'ōr-izm),
An appearance of excessive distance between the eyes (ocular telorism) due to lateral displacement of the inner canthi. See: Waardenburg syndrome.
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* Hearing defect: mainly conductive deafness (40-60% cases) and prone to suppurative otitis media * Nose: Short with flat bridge resemble to pseudohypertelorism. * Palate: High arched * Dentition: Microdontia with fused teeth, Delayed eruption, dental malposition position leading to malocclusion, Periodontal disease * Tongue: Relative macroglossia (tongue is protruded from small buccal cavity) * Mandible: Hypoplastic * Neck: Short and broad * Hair: Fine and sparse with low hair line.
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