Roberts Syndrome

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Roberts syndrome is an extremely rare genetic disorder. The clinic is characterized by utero growth retardation and postnatal, cleft or cleft lip (abnormal cleavage in the upper lip), cleft palate (incomplete closure of the vault of the mouth), short members, microcephaly (abnormally small head), mental retardation, hypertelorism (increase of the separation of the eyes), exophthalmos (abnormal protrusion of the eyeball), micrognathia (abnormally small jaw), low-set ears, hemangioma (benign tumor consisting of a mass of blood vessels) capillaries (vessels which connect arterioles and venules) facial, cataracts (opacity of the lens), corneal opacity contractures joints, deformities of the feet, cryptorchidism (one or both testicles may not descend into the scrotum), Ventricular septal defect (abnormal communication between the ventricles of the heart) and persistence of the ductus arteriosus (duct from pulmonary artery to aorta in fetal). You can accompany polydactyly (extra fingers), absence of ribs, convulsions, paralysis of cranial nerves, microphthalmia (abnormally small eyes), spina bifida (congenital fissure of the vertebral arches), polycystic kidneys (which presents many cysts, closed sacs that contain a liquid or semisolid contents), kidney in Horseshoe, ambiguous genitalia and hypospadias (urinary opening or meatus, which can be abnormally positioned in the underside of the penis), atrial septal defect (abnormal communication between the Atria of the heart) and melanomas (generic name of melanic tumors or pigmented). The range and severity of symptoms and physical signs may vary from one case to another..