Aarskog syndrome causes changes in the size and shape of certain bones and cartilage in the body. The face, fingers, and toes are most often affected. Aarskog syndrome is an rare genetic disorder.
Last reviewedJuly 2013by Kari Kassir, MD; Michael Woods, MD
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