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217 Possible Causes for Cornea, Failure to Thrive, Male Sterility

  • Cystinosis

    Fertility status in male cystinosis patients treated with cysteamine.[] The clinicopathological and in vivo confocal microscopic characteristics of the corneas from a patient with infantile cystinosis is reported.[] Cystinosis is the major cause of inherited Fanconi syndrome, and should be suspected in young children with a failure to thrive and with signs of renal proximal tubular damage[]

  • Prader-Willi Syndrome

    In 1976, physicians became aware that Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease could be transmitted by neurosurgical procedures and cornea transplantation.[] Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) is characterized by infantile lethargy and hypotonia causing poor feeding and failure to thrive, childhood obesity, short stature, and hypogonadism[] The patient has hypotonia, failure to thrive, and typical dysmorphic facial features for PWS.[]

  • Noonan Syndrome

    Br J Ophthalmol 1987, 71 : 235–8. 19 Bleshoy H : Sensitivity and neuropathology in the Keratoconic Cornea: PHD. City University, Northampton Square, London. 1990.[] […] to thrive, short stature, feeding difficulties, sternal deformity, renal malformation, pubertal delay, cryptorchidism, developmental or behavioral problems, vision problems[] […] experience infertility (sterility).[]

  • Hyperthyroidism

    When the eyes were open the white of the eyes could be seen in the breadth of several lines around all of cornea."[] Congenital hyperthyroidism can be a cause of failure to thrive, hyperactivity, developmental delay, and craniosynostosis during infancy.[] The main signs are failure to thrive and gain weight, even though the baby has an enormous appetite.[]

  • Epididymitis

    Key Words: Vasectomy, sterilization, male contraceptives, pregnancy, prostate cancer, cardiovascular dis-[] Consequently, the cornea and conjunctiva may become exposed and irritated. Often the edge (margin) of the lower lid is red.[] Internal blistering in the mouth and the esophagus can affect nutrition, potentially leading to failure to thrive in infancy.[]

  • Nephropathic Cystinosis

    Specimens of a cornea, conjunctiva and iris were removed at the time of penetrating keratoplasty in a case of nephropathic cystinosis.[] One patient presented with classic features of Fanconi's syndrome with failure to thrive and rickets, while the other had polyuria, growth failure and rickets.[] Fertility status in male cystinosis patients treated with cysteamine. Fertil Steril 2010;93:1880-3. [Pubmed] 50. Andrews PA, Sacks SH, van¿t Hoff W.[]

  • Panhypopituitarism

    Secondary infections: the inflammation of the uveal tract due to its spread from other ocular tissues- cornea, sclera or retina.[] These patients also have failure to thrive, and earlier diagnosis may avoid a life-threatening event.[] […] to thrive.[]

  • CAMFAK Syndrome

    23 cards • Visual disturbances and blindness 29 cards • Disorders of ocular muscles, binocular movement, accommodation and refraction 26 cards • Disorders of sclera and cornea[] Diseases related to Cataract, Microcephaly, Failure to Thrive, Kyphoscoliosis Syndrome via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards Suite gene sharing: Human phenotypes[] sterility in mice lacking the ubiquitin-like DNA repair gene mHR23B MOLECULAR-AND-CELLULAR-BIOLOGY.[]

  • Blue Diaper Syndrome

    Possible dextrocardia, male sterility. Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Deficiency Autosomal Recessive.[] Poor vision likely results from a malformation of the cornea and underdevelopment of the optic nerves that carry visual signals to the brain.[] Symptoms typically include digestive problems, fever, irritability, failure to thrive, and visual problems.[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Congenital Cataract 5

    Possible dextrocardia, male sterility. Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Deficiency Autosomal Recessive.[] Causes of congenital corneal opacities may be classified as primary corneal disease or secondary corneal disease.[] […] to thrive – rule out galactosemia, urine screening for reducing substances and erythrocyte assays are effective ways to diagnose galactosemia; 26, 46 4) unwell infant or[]

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