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27 Possible Causes for Crohn's Disease, Hyperconvex Nails, Scoliosis

  • Turner Syndrome

    Residual lymphedema, webbed neck, cubitus valgus, hyperconvex nails, shield chest, abnormal nipples, pigmented nevi, short fourth metacarpal and shorter height were the best[] Scoliosis The incidence of scoliosis in TS patients was 0.69%, compared with 0.39% among non-TS patients.[] ’s disease and ulcerative colitis Heart murmur due to narrow aorta and hypertension References Further Reading What is Turner Syndrome?[]

  • Distal Symphalangism

    […] hypoplasia/flat/short midface Thin/hyperconvex/hypoplastic nails Paresis of ocular muscles/squint Decreased hair pigmentation - patchy Short foot (including brachydactyly[] Abstract Five members of a kindred with brachydactyly and distal symphalangism, normal stature, pes cavus, and scoliosis were ascertained.[] I can't take NSA … read more Dr.Sawhney Orthopedic Surgeon Post-Doctoral Degree 1,056 satisfied customers I am a 36 year old female with a history of Crohn's Disease Hi.[]

  • Mosaic Monosomy X

    […] hypoplasia) hyperconvex nails keloid scars Tumor predisposition gonadal tumors gonadal malignancy (if Y chromosomal component present) gonadoblastoma (cells with Y or partial[] Of adolescents, 10% have scoliosis. Osteoporosis and fractures are fairly common among women with Turner syndrome.[] disease and ulcerative colitis is also increased Scoliosis: This occurs in 10% of adolescents with Turner syndrome and may contribute to short stature Hypertension: May be[]

  • Short stature-Valvular Heart Disease-Characteristic Facies Syndrome

    […] hypoplasia, hyperconvex uplifted nails, multiple pigmented nevi, characteristic facies, short 4th metacarpal, high arched palate, or chronic otitis media.” 24 PWS is a rare[] Epistaxis, prolonged bleeding following injury & menorrhagia Skeletal Cubitus valgus, Scoliosis, Talipesequinovarus, Pectuscarinatum superiorly, pectusexcavatum inferiorly[] […] in adulthood Farsightedness and/or eyes which do not align Chronic ear infections and/or hearing loss Dental abnormalities, such as poor enamel and small or missing teeth Scoliosis[]

  • Proud Syndrome

    Manifestations in surviving males include severe acquired micrencephaly, mental retardation, limb contractures, scoliosis, tapered fingers with hyperconvex nails, a characteristic[] ’s disease (intestinal bowel disorders), chronic fatigue syndrome, Alzheimer’s, cancer, AIDS, Gulf War syndrome (GWS), personality disorders and other autoimmune and brain[] In addition to the physical characteristics common to Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome, your child may have the following problems: A squinting eye Drooping upper eyelids Scoliosis[]

  • Renal Malrotation

    Hands - short 4th/5th metacarpals, short fingers, forearm and carpal developmental abnormalities; nail hypoplasia, hyperconvex nails, nail-fold oedema.[] The pedicle screw had to be removed because it was causing irritative nervous symptoms to a patient that had undergone surgery for degenerative lumbar scoliosis.[] Duodenocolic fistulas are classified into primary and secondary groups; primary fistulas can be due to infectious etiology, Crohn’s disease, peptic ulcer disease, or active[]

  • SHOX-Related Short Stature

    […] hypoplasia, hyperconvex uplifted nails, multiple pigmented nevi, characteristic facies, short 4th metacarpal, high arched palate, or chronic otitis media.” 24 PWS is a rare[] If the child has scoliosis, the doctor should carefully monitor the progression of the scoliosis during Humatrope treatment.[] Papilledema , Peripheral Edema , Pharmaceuticals , Pharyngitis , Phobia , Prader-Willi Syndrome , Pregnancy , Reproductive Health , Research , Respiratory , Retinopathy , Scoliosis[]

  • Familial Short Stature

    .  Webbed neck Short metacarpals Shield shaped chest Hyperconvex finger n toe nails Cubitus valgus with wide carrying angle of arms Gonadal dysgenesis with incomplete[] […] nose Normal intelligence Diagnostics X-ray Lateral skull : midface hypoplasia, frontal prominence Spine : abnormally narrow interpedicular distance spinal canal stenosis ; scoliosis[] In a patient with Crohn's or celiac disease, linear growth failure may even be the presenting complaint.[]

  • Radioulnar Synostosis-Microcephaly-Scoliosis Syndrome

    Polydactyly in combination with retroflexible thumbs, transverse creases, hyperconvex narrow nails, and flexion of the fingers and hands are characteristic of this syndrome[] Symptoms List: Radioulnar synostosis-microcephaly-scoliosis syndrome Symptoms and clinical features may include: 2 Clinical Features of Radioulnar synostosis-microcephaly-scoliosis[] , renal malformation, osteoporosis, wide-spaced nipples, webbed neck COL4A5- X-linked (majority) COL4A3 and COL4A4- AR clinical features- progressive renal disease with cochlear[]

  • Hydrops Fetalis

    Narrow hyperconvex or deep set nails. 16. Excessive pigmented naevi. 17. Distal A.T.D. angle. 18. Loose skin about neck in infancy Other anomalies :- 1.[] DIAGNOSES: The patient had Crohn's disease and was thus treated with 4 g mesalazine daily. The fetus had severe anemia with an initial hemoglobin level of 51 g/L.[] Scoliosis, kyphosis. 8. Spina bifida. 9. Vertebral fusion. 10. Cervical rib. 11. Anomalous sell turcica. 12. Ptosis. 13. Strabismus. 14. Blue sclerae. 15. Catarct. 16.[]

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