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Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome

Posted: Oct, 4 2018

Freeman-Sheldon syndrome is a condition that primarily affects the face, hands, and feet. People with this disorder have a distinctive facial appearance including a small mouth with pursed lips, giving the appearance of a “whistling face.” For this reason, the condition is sometimes called “whistling face syndrome.” Features of Freeman Sheldon syndrome include: prominent forehead and brow ridges, sunken appearance of the mid-face, short nose, long philtrum, deep folds between the nose and lips, full cheeks and a chin dimple shaped like an “H” or “V”.