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3-methyl crotonyl-coa carboxylase deficiency

Definition

This syndrome is believed to be a genetic disorder that is x-linked recessive. Some studies contradict that it could be a disorder that is x-linked dominant which justifies the many cases of males that are affected by the illness. There are only a few cases of females with this syndrome. This disorder is acquired when a mutation happens to the FGDY1 gene or the faciogenital dysplasia which can be located o

Frequency

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Testing

For the abnormalities on the patient's teeth, it is best to consult an orthodontist to correct any problems. If it's the height that has been affected, it has been observed that growth hormones are not effective means to improve the patient's h

Characteristics and Features

Symptoms of this disorder could include: a mild case (which could also progress as the child ages) of being short in stature. This is often not obvious and can only be noticed once the child reaches the age of 1 to 3 years; a delay on the maturation of sexual characteristics; having a round facial feature; the eyelids appear to be drooping and the eyes are set wide apart; the nose could appear small with the slits tilted forward; a crease could appear below the lips; there could also appear a broad groove right above the lips; the middle part of the face could be underdeveloped; toes and fingers could appear webbed; a delay on tooth eruption; mental deficit (which could range from mild to moderate); a navel that protrudes; testicles that are 'undescended'; palpebral slant; and a chest that could appear sunken (pectus excavatum).from an influenza or chicken pox.

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