Testing & diagnosis for Kabuki syndrome in children

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There is no test that can diagnose Kabuki syndrome and it is generally not diagnosed in newborn babies. Usually, a geneticist will make the diagnosis when a child is a toddler or in her early childhood based on a thorough medical history, level of intellectual ability and physical characteristics, including certain facial features and skeletal and skin abnormalities.

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