Waardenburg Syndrome is a congenital disorder that starts as preliminary loss of hearing, skin pigmentation, discoloration of hair and a wide set facial morphology. It is a rather rare disorder, and is yet devoid of any specific treatment, though radiology is presently being experimented as a cure. The only serious problem posed by the condition is deafness, which is why it is treated like an auditory problem. The four types of Waardenburg Syndrome segregate its patients according to the symptoms; Types one and two which aren't very dangerous are the most common forms of the disease.
HOW IS WAARDENBURG SYNDROME DIAGNOSED?
About 2 to 5 percent of cases suffering from deafness occur is because of the Waardenburg Syndrome.