ADNP Syndrome

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

ADNP syndrome is a problem that causes a wide array of symptoms and signs. People with ADNP syndrome have mild to severe intellectual special needs and postponed growth of speech and motor abilities such as sitting and walking. People with this disorder display features typical of autism spectrum disorder, including recurring actions and trouble with social communications. ADNP syndrome is also linked with mood disorders or behavior issues, such as anxiety, tantrum, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or sleep troubles. Many individuals with ADNP syndrome have distinct facial features, which most frequently include a popular temple, a high hairline, outside corners of the eyes that point upward or downward, sagging eyelids, a wide nasal bridge, and a thin upper lip. Eye and vision abnormalities, such as eyes that do not direct in the same direction and farsightedness, occur in ADNP syndrome. Some people with ADNP syndrome have weak muscular tissue tone and feeding problems in infancy.

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