Rarely diagnosed disorder disrupted a life
July 26, 2002
Take a look at the 24-year-old man standing before you. He appears "normal."
His 6-foot-2-inch, 215-pound frame screams athlete. The well-groomed, light brown goatee is distinct, especially with the man's shaved head.
His smile suggests happiness.
Take another look, but this time probe deeper.
His hands are trembling. With his shoes off, you see that he has flat feet. Upon closer examination, you notice his arms, slightly longer than the average person of his build.
You'd never know by looking at the man, handsome, newly married and ready to attack life, that there's an extra female chromos...