50 years old Razia brought her youngest 4 year old son to the OPD of a tertiary care hospital with complains that the child has not yet started walking or speaking and has different facial features than rest of the family members. All other family members were normal.
He appeared shorter for his age. He had a small head, depressed nasal bridge, upward slanting eyes and small ears with folded ear pinna. He could barely talk but could communication with gestures. Hands were small with fifth finger bent towards the fourth and there was only single palmar crease. He also showed muscular hypotonia.
His investigation showed:
ECG: QRS axis deviation
Thyroidfunction test: Raised TSH and Decreased T4
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