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1,545 Possible Causes for Abnormal Spine X-Ray, Ear Deformity, Variable Malocclusions

  • Microtia

    Facial asymmetry, malocclusion, facial nerve palsy, and macrostomia as well as thoracic deformities can also accompany MI.[] Microtia can be associated with an asymmetrical jaw, and if that is the case, we recommend X-rays of the cervical spine (neck) to rule out fusions or other abnormalities that[] Microtia and Other Ear Deformities Congenital ear deformities occur in many different syndromes or alone.[]

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta

    The sclera have variable hues. In utero fractures are common. Limb shortening and progressive deformities can occur.[] […] bone disease by taking X-rays.[] Hearing loss may be caused by deformities of the bones of the inner ear as well as pressure on the auditory nerve because of deformity of its canal in the skull .[]

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

    One common sign visible on X-rays is vertebral bodies that have become deformed into an abnormal square shape.[] Neuropathic arthritis, Charcot Joint Degenerative joint condition involving nerve damage, loss of sensation, pain, swelling, deformity to the joint.[] ; cleft palate and lips; deafness; ear malformation; renal anomalies.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Spina Bifida

    Spina bifida occulta is commonly used to describe a small opening in the back part of the spine, which can be seen on X-rays.[] We have dedicated treatment programs for cleft lip & palate, craniofacial conditions, facial paralysis, cosmetic/functional nose surgery, ear deformities, congenital hand[] Plain x-rays of the spine, hips, and, if they are malformed, lower extremities are done.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Ear Deformity

    MANAGEMENT Investigations :  Age appropriate Hearing assessment  HRCT Temporal bones X-ray Cervical spine USG for congenital renal malformations Panorex for malocclusion[] Abstract The common characteristics of the crumpled-ear deformity, the steps for surgical correction, and the authors' experience are described in this article.[] Question mark ear deformity or Cosman ear is a very uncommon congenital alteration.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    Orthopedics. 2018 Jul 1;41(4):e457-e469. doi: 10.3928/01477447-20180621-01. Epub 2018 Jun 26. Abstract Consensus is lacking regarding optimal surgical treatment of recurrent lumbar disk herniation. A systematic search of multiple databases was conducted for studies evaluating outcomes after treatment for recurrent[…][]

    Missing: Ear Deformity Variable Malocclusions
  • Osteoarthritis

    Berman 1999 Methods Design: Parallel Blinding: No Attempt to confirm patient blinding for sham control?: Not applicable (no sham control) Drop-outs/withdrawals: At 12 week follow-up, 8 drop-outs in acupuncture group and 7 in control group, according to Figure 1 flow chart; however, according to text, 7 dropouts in[…][]

    Missing: Ear Deformity Variable Malocclusions
  • Goldenhar Syndrome

    Abnormalities of the cervical spine, hands and arms require X-ray examinations.[] Ear Deformities Deformity of the ears is another sign of Goldenhar. The ears may appear smaller than normal (microtia), or in some cases they may be absent (anotia).[] The ear deformities range from tags in front of the ear, to atresia (closure) of the external auditory canal, abnormalities in the size and shape of the ear, and even anotia[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Osteoporosis

    Pregnancy associated osteoporosis (PAO) was first reported almost half a century ago. The most common symptom is acute lower back pain due to vertebral fractures in the last trimester or immediately after birth. We present a case involving a female patient born in 1971 (gravida II, para I) with a history of PAO.[…][]

    Missing: Ear Deformity Variable Malocclusions
  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type 3

    The affected persons’ posture, weight and size of the head are often abnormal and these variables may contribute to the development of the Skeletal Class III malocclusion.[] […] bone disease by taking X-rays.[] Hearing loss in OI is most commonly due to problems in the small bones in the middle ear, which may be fractured or deformed so that sounds are not transmitted effectively[]

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