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1,477 Possible Causes for Absent Pulp Chambers, Average Intelligence, Hyperextensible Joints

  • SHORT Syndrome

    Another related syndrome "familial otodentodysplasia" is characterized by the posterior teeth with abnormal morphology, large pulp chambers, short root length compared to[] The facial appearance and some of the features resemble the SHORT syndrome, the name being an acronym for Short stature, Hyperextensible joints, Ocular depression, Rieger[] […] to above-average intelligence.[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    It is marked by shortness and hyperextension of the neck causing the head to appear as if it were resting directly on the shoulders, short trunk, long extremities with excessive[] Morquio A presents average intelligence, and MPS type VI points to deficits partially related to sensory impairment, implying significant differences between them.[] Careful positioning and avoidance of hyperextension of the neck are necessary.[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 4A

    […] atlantoaxial joint, requiring limited hyperextension of the neck all of which may complicate laryngoscopy and intubation [ 3 ].[] On clinical examination, the child appeared to have a less than average intelligence but was placid and cooperative.[] It is marked by shortness and hyperextension of the neck causing the head to appear as if it were resting directly on the shoulders, short trunk, long extremities with excessive[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Pseudoachondroplasia

    Shortened Limbs Short stubby fingers Waddling walk Joint pain (with age) Large range of joint movement (hyperextensibility) in hands, knees and ankles Limited range of motion[] They have normal intelligence and an average life span. Ongoing medical monitoring is important for people with pseudoachondroplasia.[] ; an unusually large range of joint movement ( hyperextensibility ) in the hands, knees, and ankles; and a limited range of motion at the elbows and hips.[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Hallermann-Streiff Syndrome

    […] of the joints.[] The average final height for females is about 60 in (152 cm) and for males it is about 61 in (155 cm).[] […] straightjacket and her countenance is dull. (6) Other abnormalities often found, but which cannot be determined to exist from this painting, include dwarfism, sexual immaturity, and hyperextensibility[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type 13

    Additional symptoms associated with OI type I include loose (hyperextensible) joints, low muscle tone (hypotonia), and thin skin that bruises easily.[] Connective tissue abnormalities leading to joint hyperextensibility may result in dislocation of joints and the head of the radius.[] Tendon and ligament involvement leads to hyperextensible joints.[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Craniofrontonasal Dysplasia

    joints.[] In conclusion, individuals diagnosed with frontonasal dysplasia usually are of average intelligence and can expect a normal life span.[] […] short thumbs, brachydactyly, clinodactilia, gaps between the first and second toes of the feet, long fingers and toes, syndactyly, polydactyly, camptodactilia, scoliosis and hyperextensible[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Down Syndrome

    hyperextensibility or hyperflexibility Neuromuscular hypotonia Diastasis recti Dry skin Premature aging Congenital heart defects Complications of Down syndrome can involve[] The intelligence quotient (IQ) among children with Down syndrome varies but averages about 50, compared with normal children, whose average IQ is 100.[] […] extremities Short, broad hands, with short fifth finger with hypoplasia of the middle phalanx and clinodactyly, along with single transverse palmar creases ( 60% of patients) Joint[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Achondroplasia

    Most joints can be hyperextensible and hands are broad, short and trident shaped.[] No, people with achondroplasia have average intelligence and life expectancy.[] However, the symptoms can be managed to improve the individual’s overall quality of life Most individuals reach an average height of 4-5 feet.[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Autosomal Dominant Hyper-IgE Syndrome

    Nonimmunologic manifestations of HIES include a characteristic face, pathologic dentition, scoliosis, bone alterations, hyperextensible joints, and vascular abnormalities.[] On average, participants manifested Full Scale Intelligence Quotients (FSIQ) in the moderately to profoundly low range (M   64.3   15.3).[] Common findings among patients were recurrent fractures (in 57 percent of patients), hyperextensible joints (in 68 percent), and scoliosis (in 76 percent of patients 16 years[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers

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