Happy Doll Syndrome

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Happy Doll Syndrome

Angelman syndrome is a conditioned genetic pathology caused by deletion of 15 pairs of chromosomes.

The syndrome is characterized by the following symptoms:

-delaying spiritual development
-Lack of attention
-sleep disorder
-secondary epilepsy (seizures)
-Random actions (mostly manual)
-face changes: wide mouth, sticking out tongue, sparse placement of teeth
-constant laughter or smile (without reason)
-strabism
-scoliosis

The syndrome was diagnosed in 1965 by British pediatrician Harry Engelman and named after him. This syndrome is also known as Petrushka syndrome or “happy doll syndrome”.

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