Casein kinase 2-related disorders have been linked to pathogenic variants in CSNK2A1 and CSNK2B. CSNK2B-related disease is predominantly associated with neurodevelopmental abnormalities affecting cognition; however, the extent of the phenotype associated with CSNK2B pathogenic variants is yet to be fully explored. Here, we describe a patient with features suggestive of Poirier–Bienvenu neurodevelopmental syndrome, harboring a novel CSNK2B pathogenic variant. We also report that the linear growth abnormalities could be a recurrent presentation in patients with this syndrome and suggest the effect of growth hormone therapy in our patient's stature.
- intellectual disability
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