The term "visual diagnosis” may appear to be a made-up word. It may even be mistaken for a simple euphemism of a professional diagnosis. But it’s just the opposite:
The visual diagnosis describes the ability to recognize the Moebius syndrome, detached from a medical point of view, by just looking at the affected person and noticing the characteristics of the syndrome.
To train and sharpen this ability, we want to provide you with a wide range of significant pictures which show real affected persons.