22q Deletion Syndrome (DiGeorge Syndrome) | Boston Children's Hospital - Vcfs facial features Like 60.58% | 179 votes Views: 791 920 Download Small ears with squared upper ear. Hooded eyelids. Categories: Nipple clamps Comments: Add Comment Cancel By Mezisho - 12:02 Cleft lip, cleft palate, or both. By Kigor - 03:49 Uneven (asymmetric) face when crying. By Kesar - 03:17 Small mouth, chin, and side areas of the tip of the nose. By Kajinn - 11:47 In addition to the physical characteristics common to VCFS, your child could have reconstructive surgery on the ear; surgery to repair other facial features. By Mazukree - 17:21 Velocardiofacial syndrome is the most common syndrome associated with a cleft palate.