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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) is a range of disorders that can affect an individual whose mother consumed alcohol during pregnancy. Typically, the disorder is diagnosed via a thin upper lip, a smooth philtrum (the vertical groove above the lip) and/or short Palpebral Fissure Length (the distance between the inner and outer canthi of the eye).
MorpheusQ is a tool meant to assist physicians to screen for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders by helping them assess the three facial features mentioned above. It uses the true depth camera to measure the Palpebral Fissure Length, and provides a continuous morph of the lip and philtrum for Caucasian and African American race, so that the physicians can accurately match the subject's facial features.

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

- Includes lip and Philtrum ranking features
- Updated morphs for Caucasian and African American lip and philtrum
- Minor bug fixes

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