Alternative titles; symbols. The Cornelia de Lange syndrome CDLS is a multisystem malformation syndrome recognized primarily on the basis of characteristic facial dysmorphism, including low anterior hairline, arched eyebrows, synophrys, anteverted nares, maxillary prognathism, long philtrum, thin lips, and 'carp' mouth, in association with prenatal and postnatal growth retardation, mental retardation and, in many cases, upper limb anomalies. However, there is wide clinical variability in this disorder, with milder phenotypes that may be difficult to ascertain on the basis of physical features summary by Rohatgi et al. Boyle et al.
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Symptoms Symptoms. The signs and symptoms of Cornelia de Lange syndrome CdLS vary widely among affected people and can range from relatively mild to severe. Showing of View All. Nasal tip, upturned. Upturned nasal tip. Upturned nose. Upturned nostrils. Absent ear canal. Short and broad skull. Delayed eruption.
Delayed teeth eruption. Delayed tooth eruption. Eruption, delayed. Late eruption of teeth. Late tooth eruption. Delayed bone maturation.
Delayed skeletal development. Depressed bridge of nose. Flat bridge of nose. Flat nasal bridge. Flat, nasal bridge. Flattened nasal bridge. Low nasal bridge. Low nasal root. Downturned corners of the mouth. Downturned mouth. Acid reflux. Acid reflux disease. Excessive hairiness over body. Elevated palate. Increased palatal height. Arched eyebrows. Broad, arched eyebrows. High, rounded eyebrows. High-arched eyebrows. Thick, flared eyebrows.
Early and severe mental retardation. Mental retardation, severe. Severe mental retardation. Increased length of eyelashes.
Unusually long eyelashes. Low frontal hairline. Low-set frontal hairline. Low hairline at back of neck. Abnormally small skull.
Decreased circumference of cranium. Decreased size of skull. Reduced head circumference. Small head circumference. Little lower jaw. Small jaw. Small lower jaw. Smaller or shorter than typical limbs. Attachment of thumb close to wrist. Shortened 1st long bone of hand. Short feet. Small feet.
Decreased length of neck. Decreased length of nose. Shortened nose. Decreased body height.
Cornelia de Lange syndrome
This table lists symptoms that people with this disease may have. For most diseases, symptoms will vary from person to person. People with the same disease may not have all the symptoms listed. The HPO collects information on symptoms that have been described in medical resources. The HPO is updated regularly.
Intensive Neuromotor Therapy improves motor skills of children with Cornelia de Lange Syndrome: case report. Children with CdLS usually require physical therapy, however the efficacy of physical therapy intervention in this population is lacking in the research literature. The child demonstrated an evolution of gross motor function with gains of The first publication was dated from , in Holland 1. CdLS is considered as a rare genetic development syndrome 2 , affecting 0. This syndrome is more prevalent in female with a proportion of 3. The most accepted etiology is the autosomal recessive genetic origin through the gene mutation.
Cornelia de Lange syndrome CdLS is a genetic disorder. People with this syndrome experience a range of physical, cognitive, and medical challenges ranging from mild to severe. The syndrome has a widely varied phenotype, meaning people with the syndrome have varied features and challenges. The typical features of CdLS include thick or long eyebrows , a small nose , small stature, developmental delay, long or smooth philtrum , thin upper lip and downturned mouth.
Cornelia de Lange syndrome is a developmental disorder that affects many parts of the body. The features of this disorder vary widely among affected individuals and range from relatively mild to severe. Cornelia de Lange syndrome is characterized by slow growth before and after birth leading to short stature; intellectual disability that is usually moderate to severe; and abnormalities of bones in the arms, hands, and fingers. Most people with Cornelia de Lange syndrome also have distinctive facial features, including arched eyebrows that often meet in the middle synophrys , long eyelashes , low-set ears, small and widely spaced teeth, and a small and upturned nose.