Figure 1A - Front view of the patient. Note the presence of ocular hypertelorism, frontal bossing, widening of the nasal ridge and relatively small nose.
Figure 1B - Side view of the patient, where it is possible to see the frontal bossing, convex profile due to mandibular prognathism and the relatively low set of a malformed ear.
Figure 1C - Clinical aspect of the patient's maxillary dental ridge, showing the precarious state of oral health, destroyed crowns of incisors and second deciduous molars and a fistula remaining from correction of a palatine fissure.
Figure 1D - Clinical aspect of the patient with ridges in occlusion, where one can see the relationship of first permanent molars and class III Angle deciduous canines and anterior dental crowding. 
Figure 1E - Recent periapical radiograph of the region of first maxillary permanent molars.
Figure 1F - Recent periapical radiograph of the region of first mandibular permanent molars. Note the anomalous shape of the roots of the deciduous molars, absence of a radiographic image of the germ of the 2nd left mandibular premolar. Mandibular hyperostosis.