Common Congenital Disorders
Craniofacial and pediatric disorders range from more common to extremely rare. The majority of congenital disorders are not directly associated with hereditary or genetic causes. In fact, most deformities appear to occur in families with no previous history of the disorder. Likewise, most disorders do not have other associated problems (such as disorders of the heart, lungs, arms, or legs). Despite these facts, it is always important to have a thorough evaluation from a dysmorphologist (someone who specializes in genetic related disorders) and a pediatrician familiar with congenital disorders. We have listed a few of the most common disorders.
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