Hallgrimsson/Klein/Spritz. Developing 3D Craniofacial Morphometry Data and Tools to Transform Dysmorphology

Ophir Klein, Richard Spritz, Benedikt Hallgrimsson & Washington Mio
Dysmorphology is the branch of pediatrics and clinical genetics concerned with structural birth defects and delineation of syndromes. More than 1500 syndromes that include orofacial dysmorphia have been described. Today, dysmorphology remains largely descriptive, with diagnoses based on subjective or semi-quantitative clinical impressions of facial and other anatomic features. Over the past decade, dramatic technological advances in imaging, quantification, and analysis of variation in complex three-dimensional (3D) shape have revolutionized the assessment of morphologic variation,...
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