The complex condition known as trigonocephaly syndrome (OTCS) is associated with a wide variety of clinical characteristics and anomalies. This preliminary diagnosis may be given to children, who may later be found to have a particular genetic disorder.
Affected children are born with trigonocephaly, a malformation characterized by a triangular-shaped head, a narrow pointed forehead, a flat, broad nasal bridge with a short nose, vertical folds over the inner corners of the eyes, an abnormal palate that is deeply furrowed, abnormalities of the ear, crossed eyes (strabismus), joints that are bent or in a fixed position, and loose skin. These symptoms and indicators can differ greatly from patient to patient.
Children who are affected may experience seizures and central nervous system abnormalities. Children with C syndrome frequently experience developmental (motor, mental, or global) and speech delays, and they may also have mild to severe intellectual disability.
Treatment for trigonocephaly syndrome
1. Although there is no treatment or cure for trigonocephaly syndrome, some symptoms may be managed.
2. Surgery may be performed when trigonocephaly is severe to relieve pressure on the brain and enhance facial attractiveness.
3. Indications for additional surgical operations for the heart and other abnormalities may exist.
4. Some patients may benefit from supportive therapies like speech therapy and interdisciplinary rehabilitation.
5. It is advised that patients and their families seek genetic counseling.
Skull in a triangular shape,Abnormalities in the inner corner of eyes,Face paralysis,Thin upper lips, and undersized jawline,Loose skin,Short neck
Difficulty with vision