by Sarah Neville and Makenna Perrault
What is the exact name for the disorder?
How can someone get Proteus Syndrome?
What causes Proteus Syndrome? What gene or chromosome is affected by this disorder?
What symptoms, side effects, or harm does it cause to someone's body?
Symptoms can include overgrowth of skin in certain places which normally happen at the ages of 6 to 18 months, some bones being larger than others, and it could cause intellectual disability, seizures, vision loss and abnormal growths and limbs growing longer.(ex: one leg is longer than the other)