By: Susmitha Gaikwad
Short neck, with excess skin at the back of the neck.
Flattened facial profile and nose.
Small head, ears, and mouth.
Upward slanting eyes, often with a skin fold that comes out from the upper eyelid and covers the inner corner of the eye.
How was it diagnosed?
Chromosomes may be studied by examining blood or tissue cells. Two types of procedures are available to pregnant women: screening and diagnostic tests. The screening tests estimate the risk of the baby having Down syndrome. Diagnostic tests tell whether or not the baby actually has Down syndrome.