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121 Possible Causes for Apparent Macrocephaly, Prominent Veins of the Scalp

  • Wiedemann-Rautenstrauch Syndrome

    […] and facial dysmorphism (triangular aged face, prominent eyes and scalp veins).[] OFC was normal despite apparent macrocephaly.[] macrocephaly, small face, prognathism, micrognathia, microstoma, low-set ears, high forehead, decreased eyebrows, sparse hair, sparse eyebrows, sparse eyelashes, prominent[]

  • Lenz-Majewski Syndrome

    Cutis laxa with prominent veins in the scalp and abdominal wall and delayed eruption of permanent teeth attracted the attention of clinicians in infancy and adolescence, respectively[] The skin is loose, wrinkled, and atrophic with prominent veins, especially in the scalp.[]

    Missing: Apparent Macrocephaly
  • Hydrocephalus

    scalp veins Increased irritability High-pitched cry Poor feeding Projectile vomiting Sleepiness or less alert than usual Developmental delays The symptoms of hydrocephalus[] Here are the signs to watch out for: Infants: head enlargement fontanel (soft spot) is bulging when baby is upright and quiet prominent scalp veins appear unnaturally full[] scalp veins • Increased irritability • High-pitched cry • Poor feeding • Projectile vomiting • Sleepiness or less alert than usual • Developmental delays How is hydrocephalus[]

    Missing: Apparent Macrocephaly
  • Adams-Oliver Syndrome 5

    The physical examination at birth is notable for prominent scalp veins over the left parietal region (Fig 1) and cutis aplasia over the right parietal region (Fig 2).[] Prominent vein on the left parietal region of the scalp. Figure 2. Partially healed area of aplasia cutis congenita on the right parietal region of the scalp. Figure 3.[]

    Missing: Apparent Macrocephaly
  • Vein of Galen Aneurysm

    Other features may include increased head circumference resulting from hydrocephalus, unusually prominent veins on the face and scalp, developmental delay, persistent headache[] Heart failure immediately after birth due an abnormally high level of blood flow through the VOGM that causes strain on an infant’s heart and lungs Unusually prominent veins[] In infants: Abnormally enlarging head, resulting from hydrocephalus, retention of fluid in the brain Enlarged or prominent veins in the head/scalp In older children: Persistent[]

    Missing: Apparent Macrocephaly
  • Cerebral Aneurysm

    scalp veins, signs of congestive heart failure (eg, vein of Galen aneurysms), or orbital bruits (eg, cavernous carotid aneurysms).[] […] neurologic complaints Visual symptoms Respiratory dysfunction Cardiovascular instability Hormonal dysfunction Epistaxis Specific physical examination findings may include prominent[]

    Missing: Apparent Macrocephaly
  • Hypospadias

    The syndrome is characterized by progeroid appearance (triangular old-looking face with relatively large skull, prominent veins especially of the scalp, sparse scalp hair,[] […] and large anterior fontanelle), decreased subcutaneous fat (giving the clinical appearance of prominent veins and muscles), hypotrichosis, macrocephaly, and natal teeth.[]

    Missing: Apparent Macrocephaly
  • Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

    Rajab et al. (2005) suggested that their patients could be classified as having Escobar syndrome type B because of the apparently recessive inheritance, short stature, relative[] macrocephaly, distinct facial appearance, camptodactyly, congenital foot deformities, and similar skeletal abnormalities such as vertebral defects, scoliosis, and joint dislocations[]

    Missing: Prominent Veins of the Scalp
  • Autosomal Dominant Prognathism

    Alternatively, a apparently increased size of the cranium.[] Macrocephaly MedGen UID: 745757 • Concept ID: C2243051 • Finding Occipitofrontal (head) circumference greater than 97th centile compared to appropriate, age matched, sex-matched[]

    Missing: Prominent Veins of the Scalp
  • Progeria

    He had characteristic facial features of prominent eyes, scalp, and leg veins; loss of scalp hair, eyebrows, and eyelashes; stunted growth; scleroderma-like changes of the[] He had characteristic facies, prominent eyes, scalp and leg veins, senile look, loss of scalp hair, eyebrows and eyelashes, stunted growth, and sclerodermatous changes.[] We report a 1.5-year-old girl with loss of scalp hair, eyebrows, and lashes, prominent scalp veins, micrognathia, abnormal ears, loss of subcutaneous tissue, and scleroderma-like[]

    Missing: Apparent Macrocephaly

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