oa Southern African Journal of Anaesthesia and Analgesia - Anaesthesia and Freeman Sheldon Syndrome : syndromic vignettes in anaesthesia
Extracted from text ... SYNDROMIC VIGNETTES IN ANAESTHESIA Southern African Journal of Anaesthesia & Analgesia - October 2003 17 Anaesthesia and Freeman Sheldon Syndrome and a dimple on the chin were noted. The skin over his wrists was smooth and no veins were visible. His wrists, elbows and ankles were stiff. He had cryptorchidism. Chest was clear. Blood results were unremarkable and his haemoglobin was 10gm. Case 2 A 22 month old Mauritian girl, weighing 11.2kg, presented for correction of a craniofacial defect (brachycephaly). She showed similar facial features and her lips were puckered as if whistling. She also had limited mouth opening ..
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