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111 Possible Causes for Cornea, Male Sterility, Polyhydramnios

  • Noonan Syndrome

    […] experience infertility (sterility).[] Br J Ophthalmol 1987, 71 : 235–8. 19 Bleshoy H : Sensitivity and neuropathology in the Keratoconic Cornea: PHD. City University, Northampton Square, London. 1990.[] The majority of perinatal findings in NS, CS, and CFCS are shared: polyhydramnios; prematurity; lymphatic dysplasia; macrosomia; relative macrocephaly; respiratory distress[]

  • Myotonic Dystrophy

    […] reflex. pupil dilatation See mydriatic ; pupil light reflex. ectopic pupil See corectopia. entrance pupil of the eye This is the image of the iris aperture formed by the cornea[] RESULT: From a total of 118 cases, the most frequent features were Polyhydramnios (58%), feeding therapy (77%), intubation and ventilation (58%); neonatal death was reported[] […] to onset in late adulthood with extremely mild symptoms Congenital DM1 : fetal onset, involving musculature and CNS; severe Prenatal features: decreased fetal movement, polyhydramnios[]

  • Fetal Erythroblastosis

    Sterilization (vasectomy) - Sterilization is a surgical technique leaving a male or female unable to procreate. It is a method of birth control.[] […] tented upper lip, macrostomia, micrognathia ); distal digital hypoplasia (nails, terminal phalanges); pulmonary hypoplasia; and associated anomalies ( polyhydramnios, cloudy corneas[] SignsMother• Polyhydramnios in mother.Baby• Pallor • Hepatosplenomegaly – signifying active haemolysis• Jaundice MAY NOT be there at birth – since the mother’s kidney will[]

  • Prader-Willi Syndrome

    In 1976, physicians became aware that Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease could be transmitted by neurosurgical procedures and cornea transplantation.[] In the first case, diminished fetal movement, polyhydramnios and oddly positioned hands and feet suggested PWS.[] No case was diagnosed prenatally, despite 9 amniocenteses, including 4 for polyhydramnios. Five infants had delayed diagnosis, after 3 months of life.[]

  • Familial Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

    […] gene mutation Male-limited precocious puberty Male sterility due to chromosome Y deletion Malformation of the cerebellar hemispheres Malformation of the cerebellar vermis[] […] giant cell arteritis • Features expanded material on red eye and painful loss of vision, and discussion of new scientific evidence for the existence of a sixth layer of the cornea[] Cornea. 2006;25:90-97. 4.[]

  • Neuhauser Syndrome

    Fertil Steril 63: 1326–1328 PubMed Google Scholar Koeppen AH (1998) The hereditary ataxias.[] Ophthalmologic examination demonstrated central opacity of the left cornea and lens and iris adhesions extending from the pupillary margin to the borders of the opacity.[] […] at-risk families has been reported Characteristic findings include a narrow thorax, short hypoplastic ribs, and short tubular bones Other ultrasonographic findings include polyhydramnios[]

  • Pathological Retraction Ring of the Uterus

    […] burns on bowel -Bowel perforations - Hemorrhage, Infection Sterilization: Vasectomy - Male Sterilization Surgical severing of the vas deferens in the scrotum– 3 – 36 ejaculations[] Kayser-Fleischer ring a golden brown or green discoloration in the zone of Descemet's membrane in the limbic region of the cornea seen in wilson's disease and other liver[] Term Hydramnios (or polyhydramnios) Definition Greater than 2 L of amniotic fluid Term Definition The first stools of the infant.[]

  • Puerperium

    For HIV-infected women, see G4 for family planning considerations Her partner can decide to have a vasectomy (male sterilization) at any time.[] The abnormal resting position of the eyelid on the cornea may result in astigmatism (a misshaping of the cornea) or other refractive errors, and is a risk factor for developing[] It is important to interview every patient on admission to the labor floor and request information about parity, multiple gestation, polyhydramnios, previous episode of postpartum[]

  • Congenital Cystic Eyeball

    Keywords: Family systems, anthropological demography, low fertility, sterility, sexual autonomy “My overall research goal is to improve human fertility and child health by[] No structures like cornea, lens, retinal pigmented epithelium or rosettes were identified.[] Generalized fetal akinesia can also lead to polyhydramnios, pulmonary hypoplasia, micrognathia, ocular hypertelorism, and short umbilical cord.[]

  • Birth

    For HIV-infected women, see G4 for family planning considerations Her partner can decide to have a vasectomy (male sterilization) at any time.[] The cornea cleared within the first week and continued in the months to follow.[] […] transverse or oblique lie high (4/5–5/5 palpable) or free‑floating head in a nulliparous woman suspected fetal growth restriction or macrosomia suspected anhydramnios or polyhydramnios[]

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