Progeria syndrome or premature aging of the rarest and deadliest type of aging syndrome in children, “Hutchinson and Guildford” and called Werner syndrome in adulthood.
This syndrome in about one out of every four to eight million births occur in 1886 by physicians specializing in the names and Guildford was introduced Hutchinson. The children at birth have a normal appearance. Signs around the age of 6 to 12 months begins, in some of the onset of symptoms between 18 and 24 months of age have been reported. Changes or defects in children with poor weight gain and changes in the skin. Progeria a Greek word meaning to old age and its symptoms are: 1. Developmental defects: Despite the natural growth hormone, during the height of these children will hardly exceed the 5-year average height of a child. 2. Hair loss and body fat: subcutaneous fat decreased in these children, hair or bald and hairless are very low and dispersed. 3. Skin: The skin progressively thin, dry and wrinkled the (scleroderma). 4. Stiff joints and hip dislocation 5. Cardiovascular disease and congestive heart disease are CHF. 6. Decalcified bone or calcium-free and thin, and in some cases bone reabsorption end their fingers. Thin limbs and joints are featured. 7. The body’s metabolism high. 8. The sound is thin and screaming like. 9. They compared the skull is large. Face and head and jaw, small vessels are highlighted. 10. Normal or above-average intelligence. 97 percent of whom are Caucasian, but the phenotype of these children face in spite of differences and ethnic backgrounds are the same everywhere.