Fetal warfarin syndrome
|Fetal warfarin syndrome|
|Classification and external resources|
Associated conditions include hypoplasia of nasal bridge, laryngomalacia, pectus carinatum, congenital heart defects, ventriculomegaly, agenesis of the corpus callosum, stippled epiphyses, telebrachydactyly, and growth retardation.
It is also known as "DiSaia syndrome". The symptoms are nasal hypoplasia, depressed nasal bridge, deep groove between nostril and nasal tip, stippling of uncalcified epiphyses during first year, mild hypoplasia of nails, shortened fingers, low birth weight, significant intellectual disability, seizures, reduced muscle tone, widely spaced nipples, deafness and feeding difficulty.
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