Clinical Characteristics for Families

Developmental and growth differences can be significant. In addition to the findings listed above, feeding difficulties may be present and may require intervention. Affected patients may also appear different in facial appearance to other family members and have thin hair, eyebrows and eyelashes. Other rare findings can be present, including brain and kidney anomalies and low functioning of the pituitary gland and other glands. Mothers who pass the RNF113A gene change on to their son may have short stature.