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What Is Klippel-feil Syndrome?

Klippel-Feil Syndrome is a rare disease that is present at birth, but sometimes can be diagnosed later in life when symptoms first become more apparent. The syndrome causes two or more spinal bones in the neck to fuse or join together, which means the person living with the disorder will have a short neck, have limited head or neck movement, or low hairline at the back of the head.

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