Medical Management


Kabuki syndrome is complex multiple anomalyi syndrome. As such, follow up and preventative management should include a team of professionals, well coordinated by an experienced specialist such as a pediatrician.

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Did you know you can purchase paper with slightly raised lines to facilitate printing? The child can see and feel the lines, thereby involving two senses.

Medical Management Articles

Anesthesia for a Child with Kabuki Syndrome



An older article, but still relevant today as authors list characteristics that may affect anesthesia care.

Last Updated: Friday, January 23, 2015 - 09:20

Anesthesia Management in a Patient with Kabuki Syndrome



Anesthesiologists should be aware of a possibly difficult tracheal intubation, cardiac lesions, respiratory problems, neurological and musculoskeletal disorders and a latex allergy when dealing with the anesthetic management of a patient with Kabuki syndrome.

Last Updated: Friday, January 23, 2015 - 08:47

Kabuki Syndrome

A comprehensive summary of Kabuki Syndrome, including diagnosis, clinical description, differential diagnosis, management, genetic counseling, molecular genetics, and resources. Compiled and submitted to GeneReviews by Dr. Margaret Adam and Dr. Mark Hannibal from the University of Washington and Dr. Louanne Hudgins from Stanford University. It has been formatted by KSN into a handy pdf file for easy donwnload.

Last Updated: Monday, November 21, 2011 - 13:44

Role of a Clinical Geneticist

A clinical geneticist should be an integral part of the child's medical team.

Last Updated: Wednesday, May 25, 2011 - 15:25

Medical Management Family Package

A family-friendly printable package of information.

Last Updated: Saturday, June 4, 2011 - 16:54

Management of Kabuki Syndrome

Dyscerne, a European Network of Centers of Expertise for Dysmorphology have developed a Clinical Guideline for the Management of Kabuki Syndrome. It has been developed for profesionals and families to aid in the coordinated management of a multiple anomaly syndrome. The guideline includes "criteria for diagnosis, protocols for review and screening, and information on management at different life-stages."

Last Updated: Friday, May 6, 2011 - 20:59