There are over 400 types of arthrogryposis and Kambry has one rare type called Freeman Sheldon Syndrome.
(Dr. Hall says, "You must remember that arthrogryposis is a symptom, not a diagnosis. There are over 400 diagnoses that can cause AMC." So when you know the diagnosis you can treat effectively!)
To quote the arthrogryposis atlas:
"Freeman Sheldon Syndrome:
This is also called cranio-carpo-tarsal dysplasia, or whistling face syndrome. It
is a rare, autosomal dominant disorder with classic facial features of a pursed
mouth, deep-set eyes, and a small nose. Intelligence is normal. The infant is
often seen because of foot and hand deformities, including flexed, ulnar
deviation of fingers, clubfeet, or vertical tali. There may also be dislocated
hips and scoliosis and small stature."
One of the biggest things to remember about Freeman Sheldon syndrome is that it has very specific and easy-to-diagnose facial characteristics (aka the whistling face). But these are often confused with fetal alcohol syndrome to those unfamiliar with the specific characteristics of both conditions. This has scared some potential parents away, as many are told that fetal alcohol syndrome comes with "distinct facial characteristics." From her picture, all of Kambry's facial characteristics are purely due to her AMC type. Freeman Sheldon syndrome does not have intellectual disabilities or behavioral issues associated with it.
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