What is an Achard Syndrome?

May 16 23:37 2019 Print This Article

It is defined as a condition in which the syndrome consists of receding lower jaw, joint laxity of the hands and feet and arachnodactyly. There is a hyper mobility of the joints along with the subluxations. There is increased lateral movement of the patellas. There is also increased ligament laxity and is not included under the distinct entity.

What are the symtoms of Achard syndrome?

It includes small thumbs; joint laxity in hands and feet, mandibular (lower jaw) rami is short and brachycephaly (flat-head syndrome)

What is the treatment of Achard syndrome?

There is no specific treatment for this disorder.

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