MICROCEPHALIC OSTEODYSPLASTIC PRIMORDIAL DWARFISM, TYPE II

Craniofacial
Large nose
Microcephaly
Prominent nasal root 
Retrognathia 
Sloping forehead
Small ears
Sparse scalp hair
Upward slanting palpebral fissures
Endocrine and/or Exocrine
Precocious puberty
Type II diabetes 
Genitourinary
Hypospadias 
Growth
Adult height (<100cm)
Postnatal growth retardation
Short stature
Truncal obesity 
Intrauterine development
Intrauterine growth retardation
Limbs Abnormality
Brachydactyly
Clinodactyly
Neurologic Abnormality
Developmental delay (mild-severe)
Infarcts
Moyamoya disease 
Multiple aneurysms
Ocular
Hyperopia
Oral
Enamel hypoplasia
Malformation of mandibular premolars (in some patients)
Microdontia
Opalescent teeth
Rootless molars (in some patients)
Performance
High-pitched voice
Intelligence normal
Mental retardation
Skeletal
Angular scaphoid and trapezium bones (in some patients)
Bowed short femora
Bowed tibiae
Brachymesophalangy (in some patients)
Coxa vara
Decreased elbow extension (in some patients)
Delayed bone age 
Distal symphalangism (in some patients)
Flat acetabular angles
High, narrow pelvis
Ivory and cone-shaped epiphyses (in some patients - disappears with age)
Large sella turcica (rare)
Long second toe (in some patients)
Metacarpal pseudoepiphyses 
Metaphyseal flaring 
Proximal femoral epiphysiolysis 
Short bowed radii
Short bowed ulnae
Short distal phalanges
Short first metacarpals 
Small iliac wings 
V-shaped flaring of distal femoral metaphyses
Skin
Areas of hypopigmentation and hyperpigmentation that do not follow Blaschko lines (in some patients)
Cafe au lait spots
Thorax
Hypoplastic scapulae (in some patients)
Long, slender, straight clavicles (in some patients)
Narrow chest (in some patients)