Progeria Syndrome (Hutchinson-Gilford Syndrome):
Severe form of progeria.
The clinical characteristics include rapid aging, dwarfism, large head,
small face, beak-like nose, exophthalmos, blue sclerae, and a receding chin.
Other symptoms include dry, thin, and wrinkled skin that appears aged.
Patients affected with this condition present with usually normal
intelligence, but their life expectancy is significantly shorter than