|Eponymously affiliated with 3 rare genetic syndromes: Sakati-Nyhan-Tisdale syndrome 1971 ; Woodhouse—Sakati syndrome 1983 ; and Sanjad-Sakati syndrome 1991 Biography• 1966 — Pediatric resident at the American University of Beirut, and the Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida• Born 23 May 1938 in in Damascus, Syria• 1993 — Saudi Nationality bestowed by King Fahed bin Abdulaziz• Tisdale, both described the malformation syndrome in a single 8 year old male in 1971||Sanjad SA, Sakati NA, Abu-Osba YK, Kaddoura R, Milner RD|
|1983;20 3 :216-219 [ Woodhouse—Sakati syndrome]• 2001 — Distinguished Senior Consultant, KFSHRC• Caused by homozygous mutation in the C2ORF37 gene DCAF17; 612515 on chromosome 2q31||1995-2001 Head of Medical Genetics Section, KFSHRC• 1965 — MD, Damascus University•|
[Acrocephalopolysyndactyly Type III; Sakati-Nyhan syndrome; ] Woodhouse—Sakati syndrome 1983 Woodhouse and Sakati reported a total of 7 Saudi Arabian individuals from 2 consanguineous families with a combination of hypogonadism, partial alopecia, diabetes mellitus, mental retardation, and deafness.
|Nadia Awni Sakati 1938 — Syrian-Saudi pediatrician||Sakati long with American pediatricians William Leo Nyhan, and William K|
|1978 — Paediatrician and consultant for the genetics research center at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre KFSHRC in Riyadh• 2018 — Special Distinction award Medical Eponyms Sakati-Nyhan-Tisdale syndrome 1971 Disorder presenting with severe acrocephaly and distinctive leg defects hypoplastic tibia, bowed femora, coxa valga , brachydactyly, duplication of the first toe, preaxial polydactyly, and congenital heart disease|