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São Paulo Medical Journal
Context: The fragile X syndrome is characterized by intellectual deficit and some physical characteristics, which become more evident during growth, especially craniofacial and macroorchidism. Case report: A 22 year-old male patient with diabetes mellitus type 1 (DM1) diagnosed at 7 years of age is following-up with ophthalmology due to low visual acuity. On physical exam, he did not maintain eye contact and performed repetitive movements. In addition, he had an elongated face and upwarddoi:10.5327/1516-3180.076 fatcat:gdjmdydrongc5oetkvhy4l2ln4