Saturday, November 4, 2017

Genetic Implications of William's Syndrome.. A slight delay in intrauterine growth and slight smallness in the head. Simple neurological disorders manifest as mild weakness in social adjustment



What are the genetic manifestations of William syndrome?
1. The child is born and has a slight delay in intrauterine growth and small head.
2 - The level of intelligence in these children are moderate and be peaceful and their voice rough and have a sensitivity to sound.
3 - These children suffer from simple neurological disorders that demonstrate a slight weakness in social adjustment.
4. The cognitive and motor function of these children is influenced more than speech, memory and language.