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  • As a result of a genetic condition called Marfan's syndrome, frontman Bradford Cox spent much of his childhood awkward and in isolation, but the manic creativity that fuels his output would appear to have flowered in that time.

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  • She had a condition called Marfan's syndrome, although she never really had any symptoms of it.

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  • It is called Marfan syndrome, and it runs in families.

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  • He has a genetic condition called Marfan's Syndrome, which affects the body's connective tissue.

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  • The Atlanta-based musician, lead singer of the popular indie rock band Deerhunter and mastermind behind the more esoteric solo project Atlas Sound, is tall and lanky and moves with a long, excited gait thanks to a genetic condition of the connective tissue called Marfan Syndrome.

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  • A genetic condition known as Marfan's syndrome has been slowly attacking his body tissue since birth including around his heart and valves.

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  • The "typical" German appearance fits the bill of someone with a Connective Tissue Disorder such as Marfan's.

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  • The researchers say no evidence was found of genetic conditions such as Marfan's syndrome affecting connective tissue or Kleinfelter's syndrome (having an extra X chromosome) that may have explained the androgynous appearance seen in ancient art depictions of Tutankhamun and his family.

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  • The researchers say no evidence was found of genetic conditions such as Marfan's syndrome affecting connective tissue or Kleinfelter's syndrome (having an extra X chromosome) that may have explained the androgynous appearance seen in ancient art depictions of Tutankhamun and his family.

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  • The researchers say no evidence was found of genetic conditions such as Marfan's syndrome affecting connective tissue or Kleinfelter's syndrome (having an extra X chromosome) that may have explained the androgynous appearance seen in ancient art depictions of Tutankhamun and his family.

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