ea0095p76 | Pituitary and Growth 1 | BSPED2023
, Wilson Louise
, Gevers Evelien
Temple syndrome is due to loss of methylation at 14q32. Features are prematurity, low birth weight, hypotonia, feeding difficulties, short stature and early puberty, as well as small hands and feet, mild learning disability and variable obesity. We report monozygotic twins with Temple syndrome. Twin1 was born at 31+2 weeks with mild SGA (1120g, <10th centile), head circumference 27 cm, undescended testes, severe hypotonia and laryngomalacia. He developed camptod...