Aase Syndrome

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Aase syndrome is a rare congenital defect characterized by anemia accompanied with certain skeletal deformities.


The disease can be diagnosed by genetic testing.


The treatments used to address the disease include frequent blood transfusions and bone marrow transplant to stabilize the production of platelets.

Symptoms and Signs

Among the symptoms of the disorder include paleness, slowed growth, delayed closure of soft spots, narrow shoulders, cleft palate, hypermobility and deformed ears. Others meanwhile show droopy eyelids.


The disease is believed to be an autosomal dominant disorder, and is as well caused by the underdevelopment of the bone marrow.

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