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Floating-Harbor Syndrome (FHS) is a rare genetic disease generally characterized by facial, growth, and/or developmental abnormalities. Characteristics vary among patients however common traits include short stature, speech delay, triangular faces and prominent round nose. It has been observed that FHS follows an autosomal dominant inheritance however the aetiology is still unknown. Overall, patients typically remain health and live a good quality life.