Marco Alberto Lucchini

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OBJECTIVE To detail the nasolabial morphologic characteristics of North Sudanese subjects with Down syndrome (DS). MATERIALS AND METHODS Nasolabial morphology was assessed three-dimensionally in 64 North Sudanese subjects with DS aged 4 to 34 years and in 682 sex- and age-matched controls. Three-dimensional facial coordinates were collected using a laser(More)
Down syndrome (DS) is the most frequent live-born autosomal aneuploidy in humans. Scanty data on the craniofacial phenotype of African subjects with DS have been published so far. We wanted to detail the morphologic characteristics of the ears in north Sudanese subjects with DS. The three-dimensional coordinates of 13 soft-tissue landmarks on the ears were(More)
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