Please click to enlarge.
Note what signs you see.
I see (W. Wertelecki, M.D.) and you see as well two arrows – some may say that both arrows point towards “minor” dysmorphic signs: a protruding ear reflecting a gap in the antihelix; and the other at an underdeveloped lateral eyebrow. Calling such signs “minor” is wrong because, for example, the protruding ear may have a strong “major” impact on this girl’s psyche and social well-being. The eyebrow, in combination with other altered hair patterns may also be a “major” sign if it accelerates a diagnosis synthesis.