A. Down’s syndrome.
B. Turner’s slmdrome.
C. Klinefelter’s syndrome.
D. Edward syndrome.
The sign shown in the picture above represents overlapping of fingers.
Physical signs of Edwards’ syndrome include:
- a small, abnormally shaped head
- a small jaw and mouth
- long fingers that overlap, with underdeveloped thumbs and clenched fists
- low-set ears
- smooth “rocker bottom” feet (with a rounded base)
- a cleft lip and palate (a gap or split in the upper lip and/or the roof of the mouth)
- an exomphalos (where the intestines are held in a sac outside the tummy).