Signs and symptoms of Gorlin syndrome
Wide-set eyes can be a sign of Gorlin syndrome
There are many different signs and symptoms attributed to Gorlin syndrome. Not all people with Gorlin syndrome have the same symptoms, not even with family members who share the condition.
Symptoms of Gorlin syndrome can affect nearly every part of the body including, skin, bones and internal organs. Many symptoms do not cause the person with Gorlin syndrome any problems. Others, like basal cell carcinoma must be monitored closely as they can have significant impact on health. Some symptoms are congenital (present from birth) and others develop over time.
Learn more about the common signs and symptoms of Gorlin syndrome. Nearly all people with Gorlin syndrome experience these symptoms of the disease.
Learn more about other common signs and symptoms of Gorlin syndrome. More than half of people with Gorlin syndrome experience these symptoms.
Learn more about rare signs and symptoms of Gorlin syndrome, affecting fewer than 14% of people affected with Gorlin syndrome.