[ kˈalmənz sˈɪndɹə͡ʊm], [ kˈalmənz sˈɪndɹəʊm], [ k_ˈa_l_m_ə_n_z s_ˈɪ_n_d_ɹ_əʊ_m]
Synonyms for Kallman's syndrome:
How to use "Kallman's syndrome" in context?
Kallman's syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that results in malformed fingers, toes, and/or hands/feet. Affected individuals typically have crooked fingers and toes, split fingers, malformed knuckles, enlarged palms, and misplaced toes. The disorder is caused by a mutation in the KALLMAN gene. There is currently no known cure for Kallman's syndrome, but treatments include surgery to correct the developmental abnormalities and physical therapy to help improve hand function.
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