The Rare Kabuki Syndrome in Greece: Case Study
Michail Theodorou, Spyridon-Georgios Soulis, John Manginas, Evdoxia Sakellaropoulou, Angeliki- Efthalia Syrgianni

There are some genetic syndromes of intellectual disability that are not particularly well-known, even among Special Education teachers, who find it hard to distinguish them. This difficulty is related to the infrequency of these syndromes. The present study focuses on one of these syndromes, the “Kabuki syndrome”, and attempts to illustrate various aspects of it. The triggering event for this study was the researchers’ contact with an 8-year-old student in a Greek school that was diagnosed with Kabuki syndrome.

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