- Absent foot.
- Micrognathia/retrognathia (small jaw, and deeply receding jaw).
- Partial absence of mandible.
- High vaulted/narrow palate.
- Terminal hypoplasia of fingers (Incomplete or missing fingers).
- Terminal hypoplasia of toes (Incomplete or missing toes).
- Oligodactyly/adactyly (missing fingers).
- Upper limb-transverse elements missing.
- Thin, hypoplastic hyperconvex fingernails.
- Children with Aglossia-adactylia syndrome usually benefit from physical and speech therapy to improve their gross motor skills and coordination, and to gain better control over speaking and eating.
- Occupational and sensory integration therapies are also beneficial.
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