slanted palpebral fissure

slanted palpebral fissure

A facial anomaly in which the PFs slope upward, as viewed from outside inward; SPFs may be seen in congenital disorders–eg, Aarskog, Apert, Coffin-Lowry, Cohen, Conradi-Hünermann, DiGeorge, femoral hypoplasia-unusual facies, 5p-, Jarcho-Levin, Miller, Miller-Diker, Nager, Opitz-Frias, partial trisomy 10q, Pfeiffer, rhizomelic chondrodysplasia punctata, Rubenstein-Taybi, Säthre-Chotzen, Sotos, Treacher-Collins, trisomy 9 mosaic, trisomy 9p, trisomy 20p, XXXXX, XXXXY syndromes.
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5,8 The presence of an extra copy of the proximal part of q21, q22 appears to result in the typical physical phenotype of mental retardation, brachycephaly, hypotonia, flat facies, slanted palpebral fissures, epicanthic folds, brush field spots on the iris, relatively large protruding tongue, small low set ears and hand anomalies (short and broad hand, clino-dactyly of the fifth finger, Simian crease).