Moebius Syndrome Awareness by The Daily Chemist

Certain cranial nerves might become weak or paralysed as a result of the unusual illness known as Moebius syndrome. Although it is there at birth, it does not worsen with time.
 
BRACKNELL, U.K. - Jan. 23, 2023 - PRLog -- Rare congenital abnormality known as Moebius syndrome mostly affects the muscles that govern face expression and eye movement. The sixth and seventh cranial nerves, which regulate face expression and eye movement, are absent or have underdeveloped, which is the cause of the condition.

Moebius syndrome patients frequently have problems moving their faces. They might not be able to grin, frown, raise their eyebrows, or shut their eyelids, for instance. The face could sag or look "mask-like." They might also have difficulty eating. Some kids with Moebius syndrome also have faulty limb or chest muscle development.

The Moebius syndrome is incurable. Despite the difficulties that Moebius syndrome presents, those who receive the right care and therapy may have an average life expectancy.

Which cranial nerves are impacted determines which Moebius syndrome signs and symptoms are present. the following physical indicators: Papillary Cleft (abnormal opening in the roof of the mouth). the eyes crossed (strabismus). Anomalies of the hands and feet (clubfoot, webbed fingers, missing fingers or toes). Face paralysis (facial palsy).

The majority of kids with Moebius syndrome eventually catch up, although some may experience developmental delays (such as sitting, crawling, or walking later than predicted). According to a few research, autistic spectrum disorder may be more common in kids with Moebius syndrome. But it has not been demonstrated.

Because Moebius syndrome is regarded as a rare condition, there is frequently little data available on it. This is typically the case since Moebius syndrome patients are uncommon, which makes it challenging to learn from them through observations or extensive investigations.

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