1. Dandy Walker Syndrome 2: Klippel-feil syndrome: 3. Russell Silver Syndrome Russell-Silver syndrome (or Silver-Russell syndrome) is a rare genetic disorder characterized by delayed growth in-utero (IUGR) that spares head growth (meaning the newborn has a head size that is large for his body) and ongoing postnatal growth failure. This disorder includes feeding difficulties and/or low BMI, dysmorphic features including a protruding forehead, and frequently body asymmetry (hemihypotrophy). The true incidence is unknown but is estimated at 1 per every 35,000 – 100,000 live births. And this little doll is totes adorbs! 4. Ectopia Cordis: Born with heart on outside, survival is rare. This Cute little lady is wearing a chest protector until she can have surgery. She survived after it was all over. Lucky little dollbaby 5. Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva Disorder in which skeletal muscle andconnective tissue, such as tendons and ligaments, are gradually replaced by bone. This condition leads to boneformation outside the skeleton. 6. Harlequin ichthyosis: Severe genetic disorder that mainly affects the skin. Infants with this condition are born with very hard, thick skin covering most of their bodies. The skin forms large, diamond-shaped plates that are separated by deep cracks (fissures). These skin abnormalities affect the shape of the eyelids, nose, mouth, and ears, and limit movement of the arms and legs. Restricted movement of the chest can lead to breathing difficulties and respiratory failure. The skin normally forms a protective barrier between the body and its surrounding environment. The skin abnormalities associated with harlequin ichthyosis disrupt this barrier, making it more difficult for affected infants to control water loss, regulate their body temperature, and fight infections. Infants with harlequin ichthyosis often experience an excessive loss of fluids (dehydration) and develop life-threatening infections in the first few weeks of life. It used to be very rare for affected infants to survive the newborn period. However, with intensive medical support and improved treatment, people with this disorder now have a better chance of living into childhood and adolescence. 7.Edwards Syndrome: aka Trisomy 18 is a genetic disorder in which a person has a third copy of material from chromosome 18, instead of the usual 2 copies. Survival-Low, intensive assisted living for life.