The following Conditions are related to Intrauterine growth restriction

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  • Neonatal progeroid syndrome

    Neonatal Progeroid syndrome, otherwise termed as Wiedemann-Rautenstrauch, is a rare genetic condition denoted by an aged appearance at the time of birth. Symptoms involve the growth restriction specific to the uterus, feeding ordeals, varying craniofacial features, hypotonia (low muscle tone), developmental impediments and mild to extreme intellectual disabilities. Risk factors of Neonatal Progeroid Syndrome  Read More

  • Russell-silver dwarfism

    Russel-silver dwarfism, also known as Russel-silver syndrome, is a developmental disease. As the name suggests, a person born with the disease grows dwarf, with an average height in adulthood being 3 feet. The baby is born with macrocephaly and an underdeveloped body by size. Other clinical features include unusually prominent forehead (frontal bossing), progressive limb length discrepancy, growth failure, and feeding difficul  Read More