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1,766 Possible Causes for Absent Pulp Chambers, Hyperextensible Joints, Kyphoscoliosis

  • 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[] The unique skeletal features are distinguished by a disproportional short stature, odontoid hypoplasia, spinal cord compression, tracheal obstruction, pectus carinatum, kyphoscoliosis[] […] short neck, knees that are abnormally close together (knock knees or genu valgum), flat feet, abnormal sideways and front-to-back or side-to-side curvature of the spine (kyphoscoliosis[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

    , joint hypermobility and skin fragility to the exceedingly critical consequences of arterial rupture and visceral perforation.[] […] develop kyphoscoliosis later in infancy.[] Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) is a rare hereditary disorder that results in skin hyperextensibility, joint hypermobility, and tissue fragility.[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 4A

    […] atlantoaxial joint, requiring limited hyperextension of the neck all of which may complicate laryngoscopy and intubation [ 3 ].[] There is evidence of kyphoscoliosis and central beaking. This can be distinguished from the ovoid vertebral bodiesof Hurler’s syndrome and other mucopolysaccharidoses.[] Marked dwarfism, abnormal curvature of the spine (kyphoscoliosis), and decreased tone and weakness are prominent early childhood presentations.[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • 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[] […] luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone, and testosterone; karyotyping Marfan syndrome Increased arm span, thin extremities, superior subluxation of lens, hypotonia, kyphoscoliosis[]

  • Three M Syndrome

    Then, during childhood tall vertebral bodies, hip dislocation, transverse chest groove, winged scapulae and hyperextensible joints became more evident and the diagnosis of[] Anterior wedging of thoracic vertebral bodies, irregular upper and lower endplates, thoracic kyphoscoliosis and spina bifida occulta may also be features of the 3-M syndrome[] Examine back annually for kyphoscoliosis.[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Coffin-Lowry Syndrome

    joints, muscle atrophy, large and soft hands with simian crease, and tapering of the fingers.[] Eight patients presented with thoracolumbar kyphosis or kyphoscoliosis, with a mean Cobb angle of 45 degrees in the coronal plane and 31 degrees of thoracolumbar kyphosis.[] Progressive kyphoscoliosis is one of the most difficult aspects of long-term care.[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Marfan Syndrome

    Potentially important abnormalities include hyperextensible joints (possible positioning implications), high arched palate (airway implications), pectus excavatum , and kyphoscoliosis[] Joint hyperextensibility is present in some, but not all, patients with Marfan syndrome.[] Important findings on preoperative examination were thoracolumbar kyphoscoliosis, metallic murmur on cardiac exam. Chest radiograph revealed Cobb angle of 70 .[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers
  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome due to Tenascin-X Deficiency

    […] skin, hypermobile joints and tissue fragility.[] ) Type (EDS type VI) Progressive kyphoscoliosis, joint hypermobility, smooth, hyperelastic and fragile skin, muscular hypotonia and scleral fragility and rupture of the globe[] Overview A rare genetic connective tissue disorder characterized by hypermobile joints, joint dislocations and skin hyperextensibility and fragility.[]

    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[] […] humerus and femur are predominantly affected), flared and irregular metaphyses, flattened femoral heads, incomplete formation of the acetabulum, a widened pubic symphysis, kyphoscoliosis[] ; 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
  • King Syndrome

    Unlike other reported cases, our patient had hyperextensible joints, normal stature, and pectus excavatum.[] In 1973, King described a subgroup of malignant hyperthermia patients with slowly progressive myopathy, short stature, kyphoscoliosis, pectus carinatum, cryptorchidism, and[] Muscular hypotonia and joint hyperextensibility were diffuse and moderate, and deep tendon reflexes were hypoactive.[]

    Missing: Absent Pulp Chambers

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