Robinow Syndrome is a rare congenital genetic disorder that causes dwarfism, face and head abnormalities, disfigured vertebrae and genitalia.

Symptoms may include hearing loss, respiratory problems, light sensitivity, developmental problems, congenital heart defects and frequent ear infections.

Robinow Syndrome comes in two forms, dominant and recessive. While dominant cases are more common, it is the recessive form of Robinow Syndrome that more physical symptoms can be detected.