Noonan Syndrome is a congenital disorder and a type of dwarfism. Short statures, heart defects, blood clotting, abnormal facial features and learning disabilities characterize Noonan Syndrome, the symptoms of which vary greatly from one case to the next in regards to range and severity.

Symptoms include heart murmurs, diminished appetites, difficulty swallowing, mental retardation, delayed motor skills, speech and language problems, digestive problems, scoliosis and widely set eyes.