Otopalatodigital Syndrome Type I and II
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Synonyms of Otopalatodigital Syndrome Type I and II
- Cranioorodigital Syndrome
- Faciopalatoosseous Syndrome
- OPD Syndrome
- OPD Syndrome, Type I
- OPD Syndrome, Type II
Otopalatodigital syndrome type I and II are rare X-linked genetic disorders in which complete expression of the disease occurs only in males. Females may be mildly affected with some of the symptoms. OPD type I is the milder form of the disease and is characterized by cleft palate, hearing loss and skeletal abnormalities in the skull and limbs. OPD type II includes these abnormalities as well as growth deficiency and abnormalities of the brain and is frequently not compatible with life.
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