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40 Possible Causes for Absence of Exostoses, Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile

  • Exostosis

    Fenton et al disagreed with Graham's principle finding, namely the presence or absence of fibro-vascular channels in osteomas and exostoses respectively.[ispub.com]

    Missing: Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile
  • Trichorhinophalangeal Syndrome Type 1 and 3

    […] of exostoses and mental retardation.[bmcmedgenet.biomedcentral.com] At four years old, her weight was in 5th, height in 10th, and head circumference in 75th percentiles.[ijponline.biomedcentral.com] […] of mental deficiency and exostoses in this family distinguish the disorder from the TRPS Types I and II.[onlinelibrary.wiley.com]

  • Osteoma

    Fenton et al disagreed with Graham's principle finding, namely the presence or absence of fibro-vascular channels in osteomas and exostoses respectively.[ispub.com]

    Missing: Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile
  • Otosclerosis

    […] of the external canal impinging on the malleus Congenital absence of the round or oval windows Large persistent stapedial artery coursing through stapes superstructure Otosclerosis[health.ucsd.edu] […] mobility Superior canal dehiscence or another third window condition Dehiscent and prolapsed facial nerve Stapes superstructure fracture Fracture or dislocation of the ossicles Exostoses[health.ucsd.edu]

    Missing: Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile
  • Trichorhinophalangeal Syndrome

    In addition, absence of mental retardation and cartilaginous exostoses are required for the diagnosis of TRPS III.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The presence of severe brachydactyly and severe short stature with the absence of exostoses differentiates TRPS III.[ijpeonline.biomedcentral.com] […] of exostoses and mental retardation.[bmcmedgenet.biomedcentral.com]

    Missing: Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    Although cervical ribs may cause TOS symptoms in the absence of trauma, 80% of patients with TOS and cervical ribs show the development of symptoms only after injury. 11 These[journals.lww.com] […] syndrome, a manifestation of TOS that leads to thrombosis. 3 Osseous Abnormalities Bony findings associated with TOS include cervical ribs, prominent C7 transverse processes, exostoses[journals.lww.com]

    Missing: Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile
  • Conduction Disorder of the Heart

    Two of the remaining three siblings had only multiple bony exostoses.[jpma.org.pk] Discussion Heart block, which is discovered in early childhood, in the absence of any known cause, is usually regarded as congenital.Morquio in 1901, had described a family[jpma.org.pk] To summarize, out of seven siblings, four had cardiac conduction defects with multiple bony exostoses and two of them also had conductive deafness.[jpma.org.pk]

    Missing: Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile
  • Plantar Fasciitis

    There is no correlation between pain and the presence or absence of exostoses, 1 and excision of a spur is not part of the usual surgery for plantar fasciitis. 2 Plantar fasciitis[aafp.org] This vague and nonspecific term incorrectly suggests that osseous “spurs” (inferior calcaneal exostoses) are the cause of pain rather than an incidental radiographic finding[aafp.org]

    Missing: Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile
  • Hereditary Multiple Exostoses

    Patients with exostoses of the forearms were categorized into 6 groups based on location of the exostoses and presence or absence of a dislocated radial head.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Hereditary multiple exostoses (HME) is an autosomal dominant disorder characterized by the formation of multiple osteochondromas.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] absence of heparan sulfate (HS) in the exostotic cartilage cap.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile
  • Radial Head Dislocation

    Patients with exostoses of the forearms were categorized into 6 groups based on location of the exostoses and presence or absence of a dislocated radial head.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Short Stature - 5th-10th Percentile

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