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Guideline translations for figures

For parents, caregivers, health care providers, and teachers, concerns and questions often arise regarding the care and well-being of individuals with Cornelia de Lange syndrome. 

cdls.guideline.fig2.spectrum=CdLS spectrum
cdls.guideline.fig2.other=Other phenotypes sharing limited signs of CdLS
cdls.guideline.fig2.non.classic=Non-classic CdLS phenotype
cdls.guideline.fig2.classic=Classic CdLS phenotype
cdls.guideline.fig2.variant=Variant in a gene involved in dysregulated cohesin functioning
cdls.guideline.fig2.variantother=Variant in other gene

cdls.guideline.fig3.eyebrows=Thick eyebrows
cdls.guideline.fig3.shortnose=Short nose
cdls.guideline.fig3.thinupperlip=Thin upper lip vermilion
cdls.guideline.fig3.nasalridge=Concave nasal ridge
cdls.guideline.fig3.upturnednasal=Upturned nasal tip
cdls.guideline.fig3.longphiltrum=Long, indistinct philtrum
cdls.guideline.fig3.downturnedcornersmouth=Downturned corners of mouth

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