People with Stickler syndrome can experience a range of problems, including eye disorders, hearing impairment and joint abnormalities. The range and severity of the problems varies from person to person.

Who is at risk for Stickler syndrome?

Some people inherit Stickler syndrome from a parent. A parent with Stickler syndrome has a 50 percent chance of passing the disorder along to a child. However, other people have no family members who have Stickler syndrome. In those cases, a new change in their genes caused the syndrome.

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