A group of physical features referred to as ‘Pierre Robin sequence’ is a regular occurrence in people suffering from Stickler Syndrome. These features include a cleft palate, a tongue positioned far back within the mouth, and a smaller lower jaw. These combined issues can cause a sufferer to have problems consuming food and difficulty breathing.
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