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What is the definition of Charlie M Syndrome?
Charlie M syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that affects bone development and is characterized by birth defects of underdevelopment and malformations of the mouth, jaw, and limbs. While the cause of this syndrome is unknown, some researchers believe it may be an inherited x-linked genetic trait or the result of an interaction of several genes. The disorder is also associated with suspected environmental or other factor causes.
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What are the symptoms of Charlie M Syndrome?
Characteristics of Charlie M syndrome include abnormal fingernails and toenails, short fingers or toes, wide-set eyes, large ears, a broad nasal bridge, a small lower jaw, lip, and mouth, decreased number of teeth, claw hands, abnormality of the long bone of hand, and finger-like thumbs.
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What are the current treatments for Charlie M Syndrome?
There is currently no known treatment for Charlie M syndrome.
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What are the latest Charlie M Syndrome Clinical Trials?
Genetic Studies of Strabismus, Congenital Cranial Dysinnervation Disorders (CCDDs), and Their Associated Anomalies
Summary: The purpose of this study is to identify genes associated with impaired development and function of the cranial nerves and brainstem, which may result in misalignment of the eyes (strabismus) and related conditions.
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What are the Latest Advances for Charlie M Syndrome?
Extracellular vesicles-derived microRNAs expression as biomarkers for neurological radiation injury: Risk assessment for space exploration.
Summary: Extracellular vesicles-derived microRNAs expression as biomarkers for neurological radiation injury: Risk assessment for space exploration.
A Systematic Review of the Psychosocial Adjustment of Children and Adolescents with Facial Palsy: The Impact of Moebius Syndrome.
Summary: A Systematic Review of the Psychosocial Adjustment of Children and Adolescents with Facial Palsy: The Impact of Moebius Syndrome.
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