There are no standard surveillance recommendations to date. Patients with Weaver syndrome should undergo regular examinations (e.g. once a year), particularly with regard to cognitive and speech development, changes in the fingers or feet, and reduced muscle tension. If no complications are clinically evident, the examination interval can be lengthened starting in adolescence.
If there is curvature of the spine (scoliosis), care should be provided in line with orthopedic recommendations.
If any other anomalies are found, other examinations should be conducted as needed and the patient referred to specialists.
Patients should be informed about their potentially increased risk of neuroblastoma. Specific cancer surveillance is not recommended.