Phenotype #0000000724

Individual ID 00001542
Associated disease CSS
Diagnosis/Initial -
Diagnosis/Definite CSS
Phenotype details brith 42w, weight SD -1.2; myopia -4.5D (HP:0000545); hypotonia; birth feeding problems; no eczema (-HP:0000964); no cutis marmorata (-HP:0000965); no seizures (-HP:0001250); delayed growth (HP:00001510); abnormal vision (HP:0000504); no hearing loss (-HP:0000365); mild-moderate speech delay (HP:0000750); moderate intellectual disability; normal behaviour (-HP:0000708); sparse scalp hair (HP:0002209); thick eyebrow (HP:0000574); long eyelashes (HP:0000527); delayed gross motor skills (HP:0002194), delayed fine motor skills (HP:0010862); normal lacrimal duct (-HP:0011481); ptosis (HP:0000520); no choanal stenosis (-HP:0000452); abnormality nasal bridge (HP:0000422), anteverted nares (HP:0000463), thick alae (HP:0009928); long philtrum (HP:0000343), wide philtrum (HP:0000289); wide mouth (HP:0000154); thick lower lip vermillion (HP:0000179); no cleft palate (-HP:0000175); normal ears (-HP:0000598), no ear tags (-HP:0000384); hypertrichosis (HP:0000998); no wrinkling skin (-HP:0007392); no scoliosis (-HP:0002650); no pectus excavatum (-HP:0000767); no dislocated elbows (-HP:0003042); no small patella (-HP:0003065); brachydactyly (HP:000156); no absent 5th distal phalanx; small nails 5th only; no delayed bone age (-HP:0003799), no prominent interphalangeal joints (-HP:0006237) , no prominent distal phalange, cone shaped epiphyses (HP:0010579), no hypoplastic phalanges fingers/toes; joint laxity (HP:0001388); no intestinal anomalies (-HP:0002242); no cardiac abnormality (-HP:0001627); no kidney abnormality (-HP:0000077); recurrent infections (HP:0002719); no agenesis corpus callosum (-HP:0001274); myopia (HP:0000545);
Inheritance Isolated (sporadic)
Age/Examination 04y (4 years)
Age/Diagnosis -
Age/Onset -
Phenotype/Onset -
Protein -
Owner name Gijs Santen
Database submission license Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 InternationalCreative Commons License
Created by Ivo F.A.C. Fokkema