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62 Possible Causes for Clenched Hands, Congenital Heart Disease, Lens Dislocation

  • Marfan Syndrome

    […] arachnodactyly protrusion of thumb beyond fist when clenched ( Steinberg sign ) flexion deformity of the 5 th finger pelvis / lower limbs pes planus hallux valgus clubfoot[] Physical examination revealed a lens dislocation with strabismus, high palate, positive wrist and thumb signs, joint hypermobility, and pes planus.[] Colorado Fetal Care Center Colorectal and Urogenital Care Heart Complex Congenital Heart Disease & Development Clinic Orthopedics Concussion Program Surgery Craniofacial[]

  • Eye Defects - Arachnodactyly - Cardiopathy Syndrome

    hands, and structural heart defectEdwards syndrome (trisomy 18) Jaundice, palpable distended non-tender gallbladderCourvoisier sign (distal obstruction of biliary tree) Large[] XXY (Klinefelter) syndrome No associated lens dislocation or aortic aneurysm. Mental deficiency. Hypogonadism. Karyotype reveals extra X chromosome.[] THE familial transmission of congenital heart disease and upper-extremity deformities was first reported by Holt and Oram 1 in 1960.[]

  • Disproportionate Short Stature - Ptosis - Valvular Heart Lesions

    Diagnosis and Management of Adult Congenital Heart Disease, by Drs.[] Subluxation of the lens is usually downward in homocystinuria, whereas in Marfan syndrome, the lens is generally dislocated upward.[] Pneumothorax Hand clenching Broad columella Biventricular hypertrophy Poroma Hypoplastic heart Heterogeneous Alopecia Decreased adipose tissue around neck Retrognathia Abnormality[]

  • Multiple Congenital Anomalies

    , microphthalmia and cataracts, complex congenital heart disease, rib anomalies, and intestinal malrotation.[] Eye anomalies include coloboma of the iris, choroidea, and optic nerve as well as lens dislocation.[] hands, rocker-bottom feet, simian crease, distal mottling of the skin, nail hypoplasia, hypoplasia of bones and hydrocephalus.[]

  • Trisomy 9

    A distinct trisomy 9 syndrome can be recognised with intrauterine growth retardation, short survival, consistent facial dysmorphism, congenital heart disease, and abnormalities[] In the left one an anteriorly dislocated lens seemed adherent to a central corneal opacity (Figure 2).[] hands with thumb adduction and ulnar deviation.[]

  • Familial Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

    Persistence of clenched hand beyond 2 months suggests central nervous system damage, especially if fingers overlap thumb. Touch the sole at the base of the toes.[] Excludes: after-cataract (366.50-366.53) 379.31 Aphakia Excludes: cataract extraction status (V45.61) 379.32 Subluxation of lens 379.33 Anterior dislocation of lens 379.34[] The genetic basis of congenital heart disease . Ped Annals 2000; 19 : 469–480. 2. Goldmuntz E . The epidemiology and genetics of congenital heart disease .[]

  • Congenital Contractural Arachnodactyly

    heart disease.[] Lens dislocation, mental retardation, and episodes of thromboembolism, frequently seen in homocystinuria, are not features of CCA.[] Clinical description The individuals affected by CCA can be easily identified at birth with clenched position of hands (fist-like), and by their ears having a crumpled irregular[]

  • Rieger Syndrome

    A literature review revealed four reports of congenital heart disease associated with intragenic FOXC1 mutations, and none with intragenic PITX2 mutations.[] The ocular signs are subluxation or dislocation of the lens which results from a defective suspensory ligament, myopia due to increased axial length, retinal detachment as[] hands and rocker-bottom feet) are frequently observed anomalies.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Mental Retardation Type 21

    Associated syndromes: congenital heart disease, leukemia, premature Alzheimer's disease (same morphological changes).[] Dislocated lens (usually superiorly and nasally) Severe refractive errors Megalocornea (front third of the eye is larger than normal) Cataracts Uveal colobomas Secondary glaucoma[] Trisomy 18 : Clenched hand, short sternum, low arch dermal ridge patterning on fingertips and low-set malformed auricles.[]

  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    hands.[] dislocation, megaloblastic anemia, fair complexion.[] […] hip dislocation - Congenital heart disease - Type 2 diabetes mellitus Ventricular Septal Defect - Part of a number of conditions grouped as CCHD - Critical Congenital Heart[]

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