synophrys


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syn·oph·rys

(sin-of'ris),
Hypertrophy and fusion of the eyebrows.
[syn- + G. ophrys, eyebrow]

synophrys

A formal term of waning use for confluent eyebrows.

synophrys

(sĭn-ŏf′rĭs) [Gr. syn, together, + ophrys, eyebrow]
Fusion of the eyebrows above the bridge of the nose.
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Synophrys, long eyelashes, ocular hypertelorism and long philtrum (1,5) are characteristic for all of them.
frontal hypertrichosis, low anterior hairline, thick eyebrows, synophrys, long eyelashes, hypertelorism, left palpebral ptosis, epicanthic folds, downslanted palpebral fissures, low set ears, and wide and depressed nasal bridge.
Physical examination revealed that she was smaller than gestational age with typical features of CdLS [Figure 1], shown as excessive body hair, synophrys, hypertrichosis of the eyebrows, long eyelashes, broad depressed nasal bridge, down-turned angles of the mouth with thin lips, short neck, short limbs, hypertonicity, and high-arched palate.
Caption: Figure 1: Facial image of the child at 3 years of age demonstrating dysmorphic features consisting of macrocephaly, coarse facial features, flat midface, micrognathia, coarse hair, telecanthus, smooth philtrum, low set ears, synophrys, and long eye lashes.
Special findings include long face, broad forehead, synophrys, and prognathism
Keywords: Waardenburg syndrome, piebaldism, dystopia canthorum, synophrys.
Physical examination revealed broad nasal root, synophrys, dystopia canthorum, heterochromic irides, hypoplastic nasal alae and multiple freckles over face.
First, the patient had well-defined and arched eyebrows with synophrys. Second, she had short digits of both hands, in particular the phalanges of both fifth digits (Figure 2).
ARID1B is associated with the Coffin-Siris syndrome [26-28], and the clinical features of the patient 2 are compatible with this diagnosis (mainly the neonatal eating disorders, ID, motor and speech delay, hypertrichosis, synophrys, dystrophic toenails, clinodactyly, and short fingers).
The fetus had dysmorphic facial features, a depressed nasal bridge, synophrys, a wide frenulum, hirsutism, low-set ears, ectrodactyly in the left hand and phocomelia on right (Figs 1 and 2).
At 4 years old, he presented with a large anterior fontanelle, low-set ears, bushy eyebrows, synophrys, shallow orbit, mild proptosis, hypertelorism, flat nasal bridge, micrognathia, downslanted palpebral fissures, short neck, stubby fingers, and joint hypermobility [Figure 1]a and [Figure 1]c; and his immunoglobulin E (IgE) increased (no exact data), but without allergic symptom.{Figure 1}