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Table 3 Findings from the included manuscripts, structured around the type or timing of the psychosocial problem or consequences described or target population characteristics

From: Epidemiology, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes for psychosocial problems in patients and families affected by non-intellectually impairing craniofacial malformation conditions: a systematic review protocol of qualitative data

1. Psychosocial considerations reported in Freeman-Burian syndrome
2. Facial aesthetics
3. Non-facial aesthetic psychosocial confounds
4. Psychosocial considerations reported in other craniofacially deformed patients
5. Parental perspective on children’s psychosocial status
6. Impact on self-concept, self-image, and body image
7. Gender differences in psychosocial reactions
8. Positive aspects of the experience of a craniofacial condition
9. Trauma of misinformation
10. Attitudes toward the craniofacially deformed
11. Tragedy of the birth of a craniofacially deformed child
12. Parental and family psychosocial burden of a craniofacially deformed child
13. Attitudes of patients with Freeman-Burian syndrome
14. Psychiatric assessment and continued support