Hallermann-Streiff syndrome (HSS), also known as oculomandibulofacial syndrome, is a rare congenital disorder affecting growth and cranial, dental, ocular, pilocutaneous, and mental development.
What does HSS stand for?
HSS stands for Hallermann-Streiff Syndrome
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- Healthy Start Redemption Unit (UK)
- Healthy Start Reimbursement Unit (UK)
- Hierarchical Structure of Risk and Uncertainty
- Home Shopping Research Unit
- HotStocksRUs.com (website)
- Hydra-Safe Robotic Unit
- Huron Shores Regional Utility Authority (Michigan)
- High Shear Rate Viscosity
- Hospital-Specific Relative Value (weighting methodology)
- Haemonetics Software Solutions (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- Hallervorden-Spatz Syndrome
- Hardware Support Specialist
- Harmonic Suppression System (Harmonics Limited)
- Hash Slinging Slasher (Spongebob Squarepants)
- Hawaiian South Shore (Honolulu, HI)
- Headquarters Support Squadron (US DoD)
- Headquarters Support System
- Health and Social Services (various locations)
- Health and Sport Sciences (various universities)
- Health and Support Services
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He suffers from Hallermann-Streiff syndrome, a rare congenital disorder that affects growth and cranial and dental development.
Hallermann-Streiff syndrome is a congenital disorder involving glaucoma in both eyes, microphthalmia [smaller-than-normal eyes], dwarfism, lower-than-normal amount of body hair, a characteristic "beak-shaped" nose, micrognathia, dental abnormalities, and increased upper airway resistance.