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  • Noonan syndrome

    Noonan syndrome is a condition that is characterized by mildly unusual facial characteristics, short stature, heart defects, bleeding problems, skeletal malformations, and many other signs and symptoms. Clinical data were collected from 19 patients in 10 hospitals. Bidirectional sequencing analysis of PTPN11, RAF1, and BRAF focused on exons carrying recurrent mutations. After facial dysmorphism, structural heart defects (88%) were the most common feature described. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (71%) was diagnosed more often than pulmonary valve stenosis (35%). 10 patients had the recurrent LEOPARD syndrome mutation, p.Thr468Met) (NP_002825.3T468M).

  • Noonan syndrome

    Treatment for individuals who have Noonan syndrome is based on their particular symptoms. Heart problems are treated in the same way as they are for individuals in the general population. Early intervention programs are used to help with developmental disabilities, when present. Bleeding problems that can be present in Noonan syndrome may have a variety of causes and are treated according to their cause. Noonan syndrome is caused by changes in one of several autosomal dominant genes. A person who has Noonan syndrome may have inherited an altered (mutated) gene from one of his or her parents, or the gene change may be a new change due to an error carried by the egg or sperm or occurring at conception.

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