Oldest case of Down's syndrome from medieval France
The oldest confirmed case of Down's syndrome has been found: the skeleton of a child who died 1500 years ago in early medieval France.
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#1 Jul 4, 2014
[QUOTE}…a short and broad skull, a flattened skull base and thin cranial bones.[/QUOTE] Not unlike the french of today.
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