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Fig. 2 | Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases

Fig. 2

From: Zellweger spectrum disorders: clinical overview and management approach

Fig. 2

Craniofacial dysmorphic features in ZSD patients developing over time a. Photograph of a 6-month-old girl with typical craniofacial dysmorphia. Note the epicantal folds, high forehead, broad nasal bridge and hypoplastic supraorbital ridges. The anterior fontanel is drawn and enlarged. b-c. Girl with a ZSD at the age of 9 months (b) and at the age of 1 year and two months (c). Less pronounced facial dysmorphism is present: a high forehead is seen, a broad nasal bridge, hypoplastic supraorbital ridges, anteverted nares and more subtle epicantal folds. d-f. Photograph of a male with a ZSD at the age of 5 years (d), 10 years (e) and 15 years (f). No evident facial dysmorphic features can be recognized, although the ears seem to be slightly low-set. Written informed consent was obtained from the parents of all patients for publication of these images

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