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4,139 Possible Causes for Conical-Shaped Teeth, Frequent Illnesses, No Pubic Hair

  • SHORT Syndrome

    The primary teeth show normal shape, size, pulp chamber, resorption pattern, enamel, and dentin translucency.[] Other features characteristic of the syndrome included intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR), slow weight gain, frequent illness, triangular face, anteverted ears, telecanthus[] They have very little armpit and pubic hair. At puberty, female sex characteristics (such as breasts) develop.[]

  • Hypogonadism

    Serum testosterone levels should not be measured during acute illness since transient secondary (and occasionally, primary) hypogonadism are frequently observed in this setting[] You have lost armpit or pubic hair. You are a man and you have decreased interest in sex. Gonadotropin deficiency; Secondary hypogonadism Styne DM, Grumbach MM.[] They control testicular development, sperm production, growth of pubic hair and masculine features in men; and pubic hair, breast development, menstruation and feminine features[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Hidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia

    Figure 3: Teeth are reduced in number and are conical in shape. Figure 4: Panoramic radiograph shows eight erupted teeth of primary dentition and eight tooth buds. 3.[] : absent eyebrows short, thin, sparse, pale scalp hair short, sparse eyelashes sparse axillary and pubic hair Clinical features from OMIM: 601375 Human phenotypes related[] Teeth in the anterior region of maxilla and mandible were conical shaped. [10] In the absence of teeth, the alveolar process does not develop much, resulting in reduction[]

    Missing: Frequent Illnesses
  • Central Precocious Puberty

    There was history of frequent episodes of ill health withcough, fever, diarrhea and off and on vomiting.[] Patients with pubic hair at diagnosis were found to have an increased risk of subnormal GV (p 0.016).[] Sexual maturity rating: tanner score of pubic hair stage 3, genitalia stage 2. Testicular volume 4 mL on right side, with the left side being 3 mL.[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Trichotillomania

    Depression also frequently occurs in individuals with this illness, along with excoriation (skin-picking) disorder.[] Pullers may target any hair including the scalp, eyebrows, eyelashes, pubic hair, etc. Recent estimates are that 1-2% of the US population has TTM.[] People frequently start compulsive pulling at 12 to 13 years of age, although commonly at a much younger or older age.[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Sheehan Syndrome

    Repeated time she was diagnosed as Depressive illness, Psychosis, Epilepsy.[] The most common findings on physical examination were absence of axillary hair in 56 (93%) and pubic hair in 56 (93%), dry skin in 49 (82%), and pallor in 42 (70%).[] There was a history of secondary amenorrhoea, loss of axillary and pubic hair following childbirth at 28 years of age.[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Luteinizing Hormone Deficiency

    Frequently, patients have had years of symptoms that were nonspecific until a major illness or stress occurred.[] , facial, or body hair in men No underarm (armpit) and pubic hair in women Underdevelopment of breasts in women Hypogonadism Hypogonadism has essentially the same symptoms[] Absence of hair in pubic and underarm are in men and women. Women with underdeveloped breast. Impotence in men and lack of desire in female.[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Oculo-Osteo-Cutaneous Syndrome

    ; widely spaced Enamel hypoplasia; peg-shaped; widely spaced Hypodontia; microdontia; abnormally shaped Hypodontia; diminutive upper lateral incisors; prepubertal periodontitis[] Symptoms via clinical synopsis from OMIM: 57 Head And Neck Ears: low-set ears Growth Height: short stature Skin Nails Hair Hair: absent axillary hair absent pubic hair thin[] Absent pubic hair MedGen UID: 349155 • Concept ID: C1859391 • Finding Absence of pubic hair.[]

    Missing: Frequent Illnesses
  • Growth Failure

    The baby will be closely watched (usually with frequent prenatal visits and ultrasounds) to keep track of growth and watch for other potential problems.[] Breast and pubic hair development were Tanner stage 2.[] He had Tanner stage 1 genital development with 3 cc testes and no pubic hair. Skin examination was negative for rash, acanthosis, or striae.[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Hypopituitarism

    Not only do signs and symptoms frequently overlap, but concomitant acute illness is usually a triggering event.[] Neither axillary nor pubic hair could be traced. Basic studies revealed anaemia, significant hyponatraemia and hypercholesterolaemia.[] Pubic and axillary hair growth is usually normal unless a concomitant ACTH deficiency exists.[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth

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