What is the prognosis of Parry Romberg?

By  ,  National Institute of Health
Jul 04, 2011
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The prognosis for individuals with Parry-Romberg syndrome varies. In some cases, the atrophy ends before the entire face is affected. In mild cases, the disorder usually causes no disability other than cosmetic effects.



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