Dwarfism is characterized by short upper arms and legs, abnormal skull, sparse hair, skeletal abnormalities, heart defects, skeletal deformities, hearing loss, skin rash disorders, vision impaired, cleft palate and cleft lip. It is believed that dwarfism is the outcome of cessation or diminution of secretion of the growth-hormone releasing factor.
The following will help you learn more about the Signs and Symptoms of this condition. You should talk to your doctor to obtain more information and about an examination and testing.
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This page last modified on Wednesday September 11, 2013
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