About Ligase IV Syndrome
Information Being Reviewed and Updated
How common is Ligase IV Syndrome?
What causes Ligase IV Syndrome?
Is Ligase IV Syndrome inherited?
What gene is associated with Ligase IV Syndrome?
How is a diagnosis made?
What are the physical characteristics?
What are the associated medical problems?
What are things to watch out for?
What are the best care practices?
Research/Clinical papers available
Please note the information on this page does not replace individual medical advice or provides a diagnosis. If any parent or guardian visiting this site thinks their child has a form of Microcephalic Primordial Dwarfism, they should consult a local Clinical Geneticist or ask their local paediatrician/doctor to make a referral to one of our doctors on our Medical Advisory Board.
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I think our child has Microcephalic Primordial Dwarfism. Can you help us?
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