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Table 1 Major clinical features of Sheldon-Hall syndrome.

From: Sheldon-Hall syndrome

Clinical finding Frequency
Facial features  
   Triangular face +++
   Small, pointed chin +++
   Micrognatia +++
   Down-slanting palpebral fissures +++
   Prominent nasolabial folds +++
   High arched palate ++
   Long philtrum ++
   Long face +
   Attached ear lobes +
   Cleft lip/palate +
Limbs  
   Ulnar deviation of fingers +++
   Clasped thumb +++
   Overlapping fingers +++
   Hypoplastic and/or absent flexion creases +++
   Camptodactyly ++
   Talipes equinovarus ++
   Overlapping toes ++
   Vertical talus +
   Tarsal fusion +
Other features  
   Short stature +++
   Developmental delay ++
   Scoliosis ++
   Developmental dysplasia of the hip ++
   Short neck +
   Webbed neck +