Create issue ticket

144 Possible Causes for Almond-Shaped Eyes, Muscle Hypotonia, Strabismus

  • Prader-Willi Syndrome

    The clinical appearance of PWS includes dysmorphic facial features with almond-shaped eyes, a narrow bifrontal diameter, and a thin upper lip; short stature; central obesity[] Because of weak muscles (hypotonia), the infant is not able to drink from a bottle and may need special feeding techniques or tube feedings until his/her muscles become stronger[] Strabismus was present in 25 (54%) patients: 22 (48%) patients had esotropia and three (7%) had exotropia. Nine patients either received or required strabismus surgery.[]

  • Down Syndrome

    Some common physical features of Down syndrome include: A flattened face, especially the bridge of the nose Almond-shaped eyes that slant up A short neck Small ears A tongue[] From Wikidata Jump to navigation Jump to search chromosomal disease characterized by flat-looking facial features and weak muscle tone (hypotonia) in infancy and is caused[] Periocular infection is a rare complication of strabismus surgery.[]

  • Velocardiofacial Syndrome

    […] includes: cleft palate, usually of the soft palate (the roof of the mouth nearest the throat which is behind the bony palate); heart problems; similar faces (elongated face, almond-shaped[] Distinct physical features sometimes associated with the syndrome include loss of muscle tone (hypotonia), small slender stature, tapered hands and fingers, small head circumference[] Strabismus occurs in 10-15 percent of patients. Astigmatism, myopia, and hyperopia occur with the same frequency as in the general population.[]

  • CK Syndrome

    , bushy eyebrows XLD SLC9A6 #300243 CK SYNDROME Strabismus, epicanthal folds, upslanting palpebral fissures, almond-shaped eyes XLR NSDHL #300831 COCKAYNE SYNDROME Pigmentary[] Muscular dystrophy causes affected infants to have severe hypotonia (low muscle tone), which might be noted as “floppy baby” syndrome.[] […] disability, seizures, spasticity, atrophy of optic discs, microcephaly, plagiocephaly, skeletal abnormalities, and minor facial anomalies, including a high nasal bridge, strabismus[]

  • Dubowitz Syndrome

    Congenital neurobehavioral disorder characterized by rounded face, low forehead, almond shaped eyes, squinting, hypogonadism, hypotonia, insatiable appetite leading to obesity[] Low or weak muscle tone 0001252 Neuroblastoma Cancer of early nerve cells 0003006 Otitis media Middle ear infection 0000388 Pes planus Flat feet Flat foot [ more ] 0001763[] Ocular problems occur in about 20%: strabismus, blefarophimosis, ptosis, telecanthus and epicanthal folds being the most frequent ones.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Mental Retardation Type 21

    Deletion of chromosome 22; usually de novo but may be inherited in an autosomal dominant manner Cleft palate; congenital heart defect; speech delay; elongated face with almond-shaped[] A mutation in the FAM36A gene, the human ortholog of COX20, impairs cytochrome c oxidase assembly and is associated with ataxia and muscle hypotonia.[] […] rare type of strabismus.[]

  • Craniofrontonasal Dysplasia

    Ocular: narrowed eye slits, almond shaped eyes, epicanthal folds (extra eyelid tissue), epibulbar dermoids (benign tumors of the eye), upper eyelid colombas (full thickness[] Some individuals affected by CFND may also have diminished muscle tone (hypotonia), developmental delays, hearing impairment (sensorineural deafness), a sunken chest (pectus[] All three patients who underwent strabismus surgery showed improvement in ocular alignment postoperatively.[]

  • Williams-Beuren Syndrome

    They also have unique pixie-like facial features–almond shaped eyes, oval ears, full lips, small chins, narrow faces, and broad mouths.[] People with this condition may also have weak muscle tone (hypotonia) and abnormal movements, such as involuntary movements of one side of the body that mirror intentional[] We undertook this study to evaluate the characteristics of the strabismus in Williams syndrome.[]

  • Weaver Syndrome

    I have typical characteristics of Weaver Syndrome; large birth size, accelerated growth, atypical face view (big ears, big tongue, small chin, almond-shaped eyes), tall in[] Other common symptoms include hypertonia (increased muscle tone, tight muscles) as well as hypotonia (decreased muscle tone, "floppy" muscles) and a hoarse low-pitched cry[] […] hypertelorism (96%) large, low-set ears (96%) increased bifrontal diameter (95%) telecanthus (95%) others: long and accentuated philtrum, macrocephaly, dysplastic ears, strabismus[]

  • Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome

    15p12 Mental retardation Early failure to thrive followed by compulsive eating disorder and obesity at about 2 yr Decreased muscle mass Small hands and feet Hypogonadism Almond-shaped[] Generalized muscle hypotonia was observed at birth.[] In all cases exhibiting strabismus, an exodeviation was present.[]

Similar symptoms