Seckel syndrome



Seckel syndrome Seck·el syndrome (sěk’əl)
n.
An inherited disorder characterized by low birth weight, dwarfism, microcephaly, large eyes, beaked nose, receding chin, and mental retardation. Also called Seckel dwarfism.

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