People with Chung-Jansen syndrome often have recognizable facial features, also called dysmorphic features.
The most common facial features are:
- Eyebrows (almost) fused together (synophris);
- Full eyebrows;
- Crease at the eyes (epicanthal folds);
- Upturned nose;
- Large ears and fleshy ear lobes;
- Fusion of the skin between the second and third toe (cutaneous syndactyly);
- A curved little finger (clinodactyly);
- Tapered fingers;
- Light brown spots on the skin (cafe au lait spot).