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Some babies with the syndrome have an increased calcium content in the blood. This noticeable by extreme irritability or colic “symptoms.
Infants with Williams syndrome often grow slowly. They drink a lot of spitting and bad. Help from a speech therapist with experience in treating children with feeding problems in this period a whole aid
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Typical Face Suit Pressure King
Many children have a typical facial expression. This is caused by: a little bit upright nose, wide mouth with full lips slightly open, small chin, free chubby cheeks, eyelids heavy, mostly low implanted ears, small teeth. Some children have a star-shaped pattern in the iris and many children have curly hair.
Fusion radius AND ulna
Approximately 10% of children with Williams is born with radio-ulnar synostose. These are the two bones in the forearm, ulna and radius, which fused with the rotation of the forearm is very limited.
Children with this Williams syndrome typically have a friendly nature. Their strength lies in the social field. Their language is usually good after a slow start. They are interested in the people around them and usually friendly and welcoming to their surroundings. They (sometimes) little reserve to strangers and they are usually more interested in contact with adults than with peers.