Treacher Collins syndrome is a genetic condition that causes abnormalities of the bones and tissues of the face, head, and ears. The cheekbones, eye sockets, and jaw do not properly develop during pregnancy. The syndrome presents with variable levels of severity, being almost unnoticeable or pronounced. People with this disorder may have problems with sight, hearing, breathing, or cleft palates. Treacher Collins syndrome does not affect mental health.
The signs and symptoms of Treacher Collins syndrome are:
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