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290 Possible Causes for Clumsiness, Prognathism

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    […] children who have Hunter syndrome but may be underdiagnosed, for patients’ cognitive impairment often prevents them from accurately describing their symptoms. 17,25 Manual clumsiness[]

  • Alpha-Mannosidosis

    The facial trait include large head with prominent forehead, rounded eyebrows, flattened nasal bridge, macroglossia, widely spaced teeth, and prognathism.[] Mental and motor development is delayed, but in this context, the progressive course of AM has to be considered: Affected children often appear clumsy, and milestones in speech[] Clinical findings Macrocephaly, thickened calvaria, coarse face, macroglossia, wide-spaced teeth, prognathism, deafness, mental retardation, hepatosplenomegaly.[]

  • Gigantism

    It appears in childhood and many morphological signs lead us to suspect it: enlarged hands and feet, thick skin, a prominent chin (called prognathism), and an abnormal tendency[] Abstract A 4-year-old girl presented for a psychiatric evaluation with reported episodes of clumsiness, aggressiveness, lack of relatedness, and temper tantrums.[] What you'll see in someone with acromegaly is they get what's called frontal bossing [an enlarged forehead], prognathism--their jaw juts out--they get spreading of the teeth[]

  • Van Buchem Disease

    The mandible is massive, prognathic, often asymmetric, and with an obtuse angle. The clavicles and ribs are broadened and dense because of cortical thickening.[] After surgery, her back pain and right arm clumsiness improved considerably.[] The mandible is prognathic, broadened and squared, and dental malocclusion is frequent [224]. The face may be distorted with relative midfacial hypo- 403 plasia.[]

  • Acromegaly

    Craniofacial soft tissue and skeletal changes including mandibular prognathism and disturbed occlusion are typical manifestations of the disease process.[] His size and his balance, along with a certain clumsiness that created an unorthodox defense, made you wary when you entered the ring with him."[] Facial skeleton elongation and mandibular overgrowth were combined with prognathism, malocclusion and overbite.[]

  • Launois Syndrome

    The child is clumsy, and mental retardation of varying degree is usually present.[]

  • Sotos Syndrome

    Oral findings include prognathism and a high-arched palate with premature eruption of the teeth. Delayed psychomotor development increases the risk for caries.[] […] of Sotos' syndrome including large size at birth, excessive growth during childhood, dysmorphic craniofacial features, delay in motor and speech development, generalized clumsiness[] The oral findings commonly seen with Sotos syndrome include: premature eruption of teeth; high, arched palate; pointed chin; and, more rarely, prognathism.[]

  • Crouzon Syndrome

    Crouzon syndrome is an autosomal dominant genetic disease characterized by bicoronal craniosynostosis, exorbitism with hypertelorism, and maxillary hypoplasia with mandibular prognathism[] Clumsiness and motor delay were first noted aged 18 months; psychological testing at the age of 12.8 years gave scores for non-verbal intelligence of 80 (SON-R) and visual-motor[] […] craniosynostosis syndrome, characterized by cloverleaf skull, hypertelorism, exophthalmos, external strabismus, parrot-beaked nose, short upper lip, hypoplastic maxilla, and mandibular prognathism[]

  • Micrognathism

    Prognathism is most commonly due to a normal variation among phenotypes but can also be a result of inbreeding, thumb sucking, various genetic abnormalities and acromegaly[] MUSCLE, SOFT TISSUE: Hypotonia NEUROLOGIC: [Central nervous system]; Delayed psychomotor development; Intellectual disability; Speech delay; Seizures; Dyspraxia; Ataxia; Clumsiness[] Answer is A: prognathism.[]

  • Apraxia

    Push out your lower teeth (prognathism) 6.0 12. Push the tip of your tongue against the inside of your left cheek 10.0 13. Puff out your left cheek 4.0 14.[] The slow, clumsy, and mutilated movement pattern of the left hand almost disappeared.[] The patient showed intact ideational plan for motor performance; however, his movements were slow, clumsy, and mutilated when executing grasp-release movements of his affected[]

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