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Widely Spaced Upper Incisors Short Stature - Less than Tenth Percentile Cervical Rib Fusion Congenital KID Is an Acronym for Keratitis Ichthyosis Deafness Mutation in the GJB2 Gene Variable Nail Dystrophy Hyperkeratosis Mild Lamellar Ichthyosis Congenital Erythrokeratodermia Tight Heel Cords Recurrent Cutaneous Pyogenic Infections Recurrent Cutaneous Mycoses Thickened and Keratinized Eyelids Limbal Stem Cell Insufficiency Mutation in the MTTS1 Gene Slowly Progressive High Frequency Hearing Loss Onset in Early Childhood to Puberty Circumungual Hyperkeratosis (Toes) Subungual Hyperkeratosis (Toenails) Retromolar Pad Hyperkeratosis Hyperkeratosis of Lateral Border of Tongue Palate Hyperkeratosis Good Response to Clonazepam Infants May Die from Apnea or Aspiration Mutation in the Presynaptic Glycine Transporter 2 Gene Frightened Expression Tense Affect Alert Affect EEG during Episodes Shows Desynchronization EMG Shows Continuous Motor Unit Firing at Rest Hyperactive Brainstem Reflexes Episodic Generalized Skeletal Muscle Contractions Hypokinesia in Infancy Lacrimal Duct Defect Mutation in the FGF10 Gene Syndactyly 2-3, 3-4 Toe Clinodactyly - 3rd, 5th Finger Absent Parotid Gland Aplastic or Hypoplastic Lacrimal Glands Aplastic or Hypoplastic Lacrimal Puncta Male Predominance Mostly Sporadic Majority Chromosome Deletion Extending from 8q24.11 to 8q24.13 Predisposition to Fracture Multiple Long-Bone Exostoses Tented, Thickened Alae Nasi Large Protuding Ears Joint Dislocations Become Less Frequent with Age Autosomal Recessive Inheritance Has Also Been Suggested Coalescence of Calcaneal Ossification Centers Delayed Cylindric Fingers Dysplastic Epiphyseal Centers Small Skull Base Flattened Frontal Bone Anterior Corneal Lens Opacities Sparse Hair in Infancy Thin Hypotrophic Skin Cutis Laxa (Infancy) Dorsiflexion of Fingers Osteopenic Epiphyses Long Flared Metaphyses Metaphyseal Hypostosis Progressive Sclerosis of Facial Bones Shallow Distorted Orbits Dysplastic Enamel Broad, Prominent Forehead Superior ECG Axis Cafe-Noir Spots - Trunk Lentigines May be Absent Hypoplastic Ovaries Short, Tubular Long Bones Hypoplastic Wide Sacrosciatic Notches Disc-Like Vertebral Bodies Cranial Base Ossification Decreased Risk of Developing Multiple Primary Cancers Increased Caused by Mutation in Tumor Protein p53 Onset of Clinical Features around Puberty Intraabdominal Fat Increased Intramuscular Fat Increased Muscular Appearance Loss of Adipose Tissue around Puberty Loss of Truncal Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue Possibly Acute Pancreatitis Insulin-Resistant Diabetes Mellitus (Onset around Puberty) Female to Male Ratio 8-13 : 1 Onset at Age 16-55 Years Complement Deficiency Are Susceptible to Developing SLE Broad Large Nasal Tip Microcephaly (6 SD) Meige Disease : Lymphedema at Puberty Spontaneous Resorption Variable Expression and Severity Caused by Mutation in the FMS-Like Tyrosine Kinase 4 Gene Upturned Toenails Papillomatosis over Edematous Areas Hyperkeratosis over Edematous Areas Lymphography Shows Hypoplasia of the Lymphatic Vessels Mutation in the FOXC2 Gene Excessively Curved Nails