Anomalies of the palate consisting of clefting, bifid uvula, and sub-mucous clefts are consistently present. Oral anomalies such as thickening of the lower lid and small mouth are commonly seen. The nose may be both long and broad. The face usually appears oval and the forehead is prominent. A cartilaginous nodule often appears on the helix of low-set and anteriorly rotated ears. The fingers may be long and thin.
No cardiac or neurologic defects have been reported.