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1,261 Possible Causes for Deafness, Severe Mental Retardation in Some Patients

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  • Patau Syndrome

    Survivors suffer from severe mental retardation and health problems all their lives.[] Complications may include: Breathing difficulty or lack of breathing (apnea) Deafness Feeding problems Heart failure Seizures Vision problems Call your health care provider[] He is deaf and legally blind. view 74 KB version The karyotype here demonstrates trisomy 13 (47, XX, 13) also known as Patau's syndrome.[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 1H

    mental retardation.[] […] glycosaminoglycans and is characterized by deformities of the skeleton and features, hepatosplenomegaly, restricted joint flexibility, clouding of the cornea, intellectual disability, deafness[] The classical features of Hurler's syndrome are dwarfism with grotesque skeletal deformity, ugly facies, deafness, clouding of the cornea, hepatosplenomegaly, cardiac abnormalities[]

  • Wolfram Syndrome

    We present two unrelated patients with Wolfram syndrome, both of whom had the four cardinal features and several other neurologic abnormalities.[] Several other features are observed in patients including deafness, ataxia, and peripheral neuropathy.[] The Wolfram syndrome (MIM 222300) is a disease of unknown origin consisting of diabetes insipidus, diabetes mellitus, optic atrophy, and deafness.[]

  • Chudley-Rozdilsky Syndrome

    The only two patients ever described suffered from a congenital non-progressive myopathy of type multiminicore myopathy, severe mental retardation, short stature and facial[] Oligodontia Syndrome Deafness, Congenital Onychodystrophy, Recessive Form Deafness, with Smith-Magenis Syndrome Deafness-Craniofacial Syndrome deafness-dystonia-optic neuronopathy[] Characterized by a congenital, nonprogressive myopathy secondary to (proved histologically and electron microscopically) Multicore myopathy, severe mental retardation, radiologic[]

  • Canavan Disease

    The clinical features are those of severe mental retardation with inability to gain developmental milestones.[] Deafness may also result. Symptoms usually become apparent when the infant is three to nine months old. Many children do not live past age 10.[] The clinical features of the disease are macrocephaly, head lag, progressive severe mental retardation, and hypotonia in early life, which later changes to spasticity.[]

  • Fabry Disease

    patients, mental impairment [ 32 ].[] […] progressive deafness with a sudden deafness on the other ear.[] The disease is classified as mild or severe according to the absence or presence of mental retardation [ 33 , 34 ].[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    mental retardation, along with an early MPS diagnosis.[] These include progressive dementia, aggressive behavior, hyperactivity, seizures, some deafness and loss of vision, and an inability to sleep for more than a few hours at[] In the severe form there is severe mental retardation and loss of skills.[]

  • Pallister-Killian Syndrome

    Two severely mentally retarded patients are reported whose diagnoses were confirmed by fibroblast cultures at ages 16 and 21 years.[] Severe intellectual deficit, pigmentary skin anomalies, deafness and seizures are frequent signs.[] mental retardation.[]

  • Fetal Erythroblastosis

    In the most severe cases, individuals may appear to have severe mental retardation but in fact have normal or superior intelligence but are trapped in immobile, dysfunctional[] Yet some babies may have problems associated with deafness, mental retardation and speech problems. Other may have more serious problems like heart failure.[] Babies who survive pregnancy may develop kernicterus, which can lead to deafness, speech problems, cerebral palsy, or mental retardation.[]

  • Bjornstad Syndrome

    We report on a patient with severe mental retardation and review the literature.[] A maternal uncle of the patient was deaf from birth and his hair had shown the same abnormalities at the same age; an autosomal recessive transmission can be assumed.[] Mental retardation or hypogonadism in some patients. No specific anesthetic implications should arise from this disorder.[]

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