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Figure 3.192. Close-up of the face of the same infant showing the antimongoloid slant and colobomas of the lower eyelids which typically occur at the junction of the inner two-thirds and outer third of the lower eyelids. Note the absence of eyebrows and eyelashes, the prominent nose and the hypoplasia of the zygomatic bone.

Turner Syndrome

Figure 3.193. A less severe case of Treacher-Collins syndrome. Note the unilateral macros-tomia and the abnormal ear. Treacher-Collins syndrome is a familial malformation involving structures originating from the first branchial arch and may have moderate expressivity.

Figure 3.193. A less severe case of Treacher-Collins syndrome. Note the unilateral macros-tomia and the abnormal ear. Treacher-Collins syndrome is a familial malformation involving structures originating from the first branchial arch and may have moderate expressivity.

Turner Syndrome

Figure 3.194. The same infant when crying better demonstrates the findings. Note the antimongoloid slant, the prominent nose, and the micrognathia. Infants with this syndrome may have a cleft of the palate, particularly of the soft palate. A finding in many of these infants is a projection of the scalp hair onto the lateral cheek.

Figure 3.194. The same infant when crying better demonstrates the findings. Note the antimongoloid slant, the prominent nose, and the micrognathia. Infants with this syndrome may have a cleft of the palate, particularly of the soft palate. A finding in many of these infants is a projection of the scalp hair onto the lateral cheek.

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