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Kabuki Syndrome

Kabuki Syndrome


Contact: Australian Kabuki Syndrome Association
Email: kabukisyndromeassoc@gmail.com
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More info: 13 Lockwood Road Erindale. South Australia 5066
About: Kabuki syndrome is characterised by distinctive facial features. Usually, people with Kabuki syndrome have a long opening between the upper and lower eyelids and one third of the lower eyelid is turned outward. The tip of the nose may be broad and depress
Useful links: Supporting Aussie Kids with Kabuki Syndrome http://www.sakks.org/ Kabuki Syndrome Network (USA) http://kabukisyndrome.com/

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