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Marfan syndrome is a rare, genetic disorder characterised by dysfunction of the connective tissue of the body which is responsible for providing support and strength to other tissues of the body. This results in involvement of the blood vessels, the bones, the eyes and the skin. The cause of Marfan syndrome is attributed to the absence of a gene important in the production of proteins for connective tissue strength.
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