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767 Possible Causes for Abnormal Amniotic Fluid, Variable Malocclusions

  • Cri Du Chat Syndrome

    malocclusion, more commonly anterior open-bite.[] The main orofacial anomalies registered were mandibular microretrognathia, high palate but rarely cleft, variable malocclusion (frequently anterior open-bite), enamel hypoplasia[] RESULTS: The principal characteristics were skeletal class II malocclusion, caused by mandibular retrognathism, dental biprotrusion, and a small upper airway.[]

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    fluid.[] Claus D, Pringot J, Francois B, De Meyer R (1973) The intestinal radiological abnormalities of cystic fibrosis. Ann Radiol 16:177–181 Google Scholar 11.[] AHW, Kleijer WJ, Van Diggelen OP, Van der Veer E, Sips HJ (1986) Prenatal detection of cystic fibrosis: comparative study of maltase and alkaline phosphatase activities in amniotic[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Down Syndrome

    Therefore, alterations in amniotic fluid metabolites may provide important clues to understanding the etiology of fetal disease and help to develop diagnostic testing for[] In these diagnostic tests, samples of fetal cells are taken from the amniotic fluid or from the mother’s placenta and analyzed for the presence of the abnormal chromosome.[] Chromosomal abnormalities such as Down syndrome can often be diagnosed before birth by analyzing cells in the amniotic fluid or from the placenta.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Xeroderma Pigmentosum

    […] cells may be used to diagnose the condition prior to birth Amniocentesis is a test conducted to diagnose fetal abnormalities by removing a small amount of amniotic fluid[] […] that can help assess fetal tissues too Chorionic villus sampling is a procedure performed to identify any genetic abnormality in the fetus Tests used to diagnose Xeroderma[] […] thorough physical exam The physical examination may involve examining the eye, evaluating the cornea and eyelids Amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling, and culture of amniotic[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Propionic Acidemia

    This experience demonstrates the value of analysis of abnormal metabolites in amniotic fluid and highlights a problem that could confound the prenatal diagnosis of any condition[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Multiple Carboxylase Deficiency

    Two patients with biotin-responsive multiple carboxylase deficiency, both presenting with predominant lactic acidosis, are reported. One with disease of early neonatal onset had considerable acute neurologic and persistent dermatologic abnormalities. The other, with late juvenile-onset disease, had chronic neurologic[…][]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Hyperglycemia

    We report a 74-year-old woman who presented with bilateral chorea and no known history of diabetes. Movement disorders such as chorea can be observed in patients presenting with hyperglycemia. The occurrence of hemichorea-hemiballism has been increasingly associated with nonketotic hyperglycemia in the medical[…][]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Pipecolic Acidemia

    […] metabolites in amniotic fluid.[] Emerging new techniques, allowing for pre-implantation diagnosis by direct identification of gene and chromosome abnormalities or sex determination (in families with high[] […] urea cycle defects and disorders of oxidative phosphorylation by demonstration of deficient enzyme activity in cultured amniocytes and chorionic villous samples and/or of abnormal[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Isovaleric Acidemia

    Isovalericacidemia (IVA) is a rare metabolic disorder that is classified under the category of organic acidemias and is characterized by an inborn deficiency of the isovaleryl-CoA dehydrogenase (IVD) enzyme, which mediates leucine catabolism. IVA is usually diagnosed in children and manifests with two types - acute and[…][]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Maple Syrup Urine Disease

    Maple syrup urine disease (MSUD) is an inborn error of metabolism that causes elevated leucine in the setting of acute illnesses. We describe an 8-year-old boy with MSUD who developed acute pancreatitis and subsequent leucinosis. This case highlights the complexities of fluid management in patients with MSUD.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions

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