signs and symptoms of Marfan syndrome depend on which parts of the body are affected and the severity of the condition. Some people have few or no signs or symptoms, while others experience severe symptoms or life-threatening complications.
Signs and symptoms of Marfan syndrome may include:
Marfan syndrome most commonly affects the connective tissue of the heart and blood vessels, eyes, bones, lungs, and spinal cord. However, the condition can affect many parts of the body.
The most serious complications are in the heart and aorta and may include:
Other complications may include: