FSS

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FSS

abbreviation for FORENSIC SCIENCE SERVICE.
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While both FSS and SHS have orofacial manifestations, SHS is lacking a whistling face and H-shaped dimpling of the chin [4, 9].
Ingram, a junior at Old Dominion University (Norfolk, Va.), was born with Freeman-Sheldon syndrome, also known as "whistling face syndrome," a rare genetic condition that characteristically includes a small "whistling" mouth, a flat mask-like face, club feet, joint contractures usually involving the fingers and hands, and under-developed cartilage of the nose.
The facial muscle contracture produces the typical 'whistling face' appearance.