Facial effects down of syndrome
22 Mar A questionable new study suggests green tea may be able to reduce the effect of Down syndrome on facial features.
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Down Syndrome | Birth Defects | NCBDDD | CDC
31 Jan Physical Symptoms Common physical signs of Down syndrome with excess skin at the back of the neck; Flattened facial profile and nose.
Description:Those with Down's appear to have a significant degree of deficiency in midfacial area, mandibular area, and endocranial area1, perhaps due to muscular atrophy caused by the disease. Otherwise, why they look similar is down to human conditioning. In simple terms, we are very adept at noticing facial differences in our own race, however often, we look at other races, black, asian etc. This is what occurs with those with Down's syndrome; we see a similar trait and assume they all 'look the same'. This is obviously not the case as those with Down's syndrome often have very different features, but we can't see past this human trait of recognising those similar to us, far better.