Marfan Syndrome. By: ……. Cause. Caused by a mutation in the FBN1 gene that determines the structure of fibrillin
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Long and skinny arms ands legs leading to the arm span being longer than height, nearsighted, dislocation of one or both lenses of the eye, super arched mouth which leads to very crowded front teeth, intruding chest bone, weak hearts, pain in the abdomen…
Weak legs, increased risk of hernia, flat feet, scoliosis, long and skinny fingers and toes, stretch marks, swollen and stretched air sacks in the lungs which increases the risk of lung collapse, defective heart valve between the left chambers of the heart, and they may have loose joints