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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Jackson-Weiss syndrome is a hereditary disorder identified by foot irregularities and the premature blend of certain head bones. This early combination avoids the skull from growing normally and affects the shape of the head and face. Much of the particular face features of Jackson-Weiss syndrome arise from early blend of the skull bones. Foot abnormalities are one of the most regular features of Jackson-Weiss syndrome. In addition, the bones of some toes may be integrated together or extraordinarily shaped. Some people with Jackson-Weiss syndrome have hearing impairment. People with Jackson-Weiss syndrome usually have normal intelligence and a normal lifetime.

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