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Table 1 Possible craniofacial anatomical features seen in Freeman-Burian syndrome, excluding those required for diagnosis

From: Freeman-Burian syndrome

scaphocephaly enophthalmos epicanthal folds
low hairlines ocular hypertelorism strabismus
blepharophimosis upper blepharoptosis small nose
alar naris hypoplasia two subcutaneous mounds at medial supraorbital area horizontal skeletal elevation paralleling frontal hairline
prominent supraorbital ridge down-slanting palpebral fissures long philtrum
midface hypoplasia high arched hard palate class II malocclusion
dental crowding microglossia micrognathia
straight mandibular rami pterygium of the neck limited range of motion of the neck