Definition: 'Silver-Russell Syndrome'
Silver-Russell syndromeType: Term
Pronunciation: sil′vĕr rŭs′ĕl
1. a disorder characterized by low birth weight, late closure of the anterior fontanelle, bilateral bodily asymmetry, clinodactyly of the fifth fingers, triangular facies, and carp mouth; little useful genetic evidence.
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