Doreen Crawford Nurse adviser, Nursing Children and Young People
The genetic condition Pfeiffer syndrome is thought to occur once in every 100,000 people. There is a trajectory of severity, with some children having barely perceptible markers for the syndrome, but others being severely affected. The children of an individual with the syndrome have a 50% chance of being affected.
Nursing Children and Young People.
30, 01, 21-21.
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