GEMSS syndrome

Weill–Marchesani syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by short stature; an unusually short, broad head (brachycephaly) and other facial abnormalities; hand defects, including unusually short fingers (brachydactyly); and distinctive eye (ocular) abnormalities. It was named after ophthalmologists Georges Weill (1866–1952) and Oswald Marchesani (1900–1952) who first described it in 1932 and 1939, respectively. [Source: Wikipedia ]

Synonyms
Glaucoma-ectopia lentis-microspherophakia-stiff joint-short stature syndrome
May Cause
Glaucoma
Lens dislocation
Limited joint mobility
Microspherophakia
Short stature