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Baby born with flat nasal bridge, spread out eyes, low muscle tone. What could be wrong?

my baby was born with a flat nasal bridge and her eyes a a bit spread out and flat she also has low muscle tone but is very social and interacts beautifully she is progressing nicely with therapy and is getting stronger every day she did a general genetic tests and they said all her chromosomes were fine but the doctors still want to do further genetic testing ... what could be wrong with her?
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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Hello sir/madam,
I am highly considerate regarding your concerns. Your baby is probably having Facial dysmorphism with decreased muscle tone. You have not described regarding her developmental milestones. In such cases, it is required to rule out some chromosomal disorders and also some of the genetic disorders. By knowing perfect diagnosis, will help in treatment of some cases and knowing the prognosis of all, through genetic counselling. So it is essential that complete work up is done according to your pediatrician's advise. Thank you
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