HOW TO IDENTIFY AND TREAT DIGEORGE SYNDROME - GENETIC DISEASES

How to Identify and Treat DiGeorge Syndrome



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DiGeorge syndrome is a rare disease caused by a congenital defect in the thymus, parathyroid glands, and aorta, which can be diagnosed during pregnancy. Depending on the degree of development of the syndrome, the doctor may classify it as partial, complete, or transient. Children do not develop this disease in the same way, as this varies according to the genetic alterations of each one, however, the most common characteristics include: Bluish skin; Ears lower than normal; Small mouth, shaped like a fish mouth; Delay in growth and development; Cleft palate; Absence of thymus and parathyroid gla