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11 Possible Causes for Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth, Glaucoma, Short Stature in Children

  • SHORT Syndrome

    We describe a child who had congenital glaucoma and SHORT syndrome. Report of a Case.[] The eruption of primary and secondary teeth may be delayed for up to 1.3 years in children with growth hormone deficiency, up to 1.5 years in children with CDGP and more than[] Short Stature in Children Symptoms Short parents tend to have short children.[]

  • Familial Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

    Developmental glaucomas 4. Congenital iris ectropion syndrome A. Primary congenital glaucoma (PCG) 5. Peters’ syndrome 1. Newborn primary congenital glaucoma 6.[] Dental Children and young adults with DS are at risk for: Significant delay in eruption of both primary and secondary teeth Missing and/or malformed teeth Dental crowding[] Haghi et al. (2004) studied 9 children with Jacobsen syndrome, 8 of whom had short stature.[]

  • Gingival Fibromatosis-Progressive Deafness Syndrome

    […] lentis-microspherophakia-stiff joints-short stature syndrome Glaucoma secondary to spherophakia/ectopia lentis and megalocornea Glaucoma-sleep apnea syndrome GLB1 deficiency[] primary teeth eruption, failure of secondary teeth eruption, corneal dystrophy, aggressive behaviour [ 192 – 194 ].[] Growth delays usually result in short stature (dwarfism).[]

  • Apert Syndrome

    Hypertelorim, proptosis, strabismus, optic atrophy, down-slanting palpebral fissures, keratoconus, congenital glaucoma, preventable visual loss or blindness.[] The delayed eruption may be secondary to the crowding, stacking, and displacement of the teeth within the alveolus, which is often wide to accommodate the tooth buds in two[] Children with Apert syndrome may have mental deficiencies, short stature, hearing impairment, frequent ear infections, prominent and/or bulging eyes, a large or late-closing[]

  • X-Linked Mandibulofacial Dysostosis

    Cataracts and glaucoma require attention when present, of course.[] […] or completefailure of eruption of permanent teethHistology:Unerupted permanent teeth lack secondary cementumTreatment:No treatment; full-mouth extractions with denture construction[] Many advocates of short stature individuals believe that the affected individual should have the maturity and independence to determine if they desire limb lengthening, and[]

  • Short Stature Type Brussels

    4, dominant Spastic paraplegia type 5A, recessive Spastic paraplegia type 5B, recessive Spastic paraplegia type 6, dominant Spastic paraplegia, familial Spastic paresis glaucoma[] The eruption of primary and secondary teeth may be delayed for up to 1.3 years in children with growth hormone deficiency, 16 up to 1.5 years in children with constitutional[] Most children with short stature have normal variants such as familial short stature, constitutional delay of growth and puberty, or idiopathic short stature.[]

  • Non-Eruption of Teeth-Maxillary Hypoplasia-Genu Valgum Syndrome

    Glaucoma develops in 50-70% of patients with Lowe syndrome, usually by age 6 years.[] : delayed eruption of primary teeth alveolar process hypoplasia multiple non-erupting secondary teeth pseudoanodontia Skeletal Limbs: genu valga Clinical features from OMIM[] Most children with Robinow syndrome experience growth delays after birth, resulting in slight to moderate short stature.[]

  • Keratoconus Posticus Circumscriptus

    Glaucoma was not present in the mother or son, nor did they have posterior embryotoxon, iris stromal hypoplasia, or polycoria, all of which are found in Axenfeld-Rieger anomaly[] These include short stature, mental retardation, cleft lip and palate, and vertebral anomalies.[] […] fibrosarcoma) of the fronto-temporal area following roentgen ray therapy for retinoblastoma 66-09 Chediak-Higashi syndrome 67-23 Malignant schwannoma of the orbit 68-17 Congenital glaucoma[]

  • Brachydactyly Type E

    Clinical course for the three affected individuals included bilateral peripheral iridotomies combined with medical management of glaucoma.[] In a subgroup of BDE with mutations in PTHLH , abnormalities of dentition may occur, including oligodontia and delayed eruption of the primary and secondary teeth.[] Occasionally some of the bones in the feet or toes are shorter than normal as well, and individuals with this condition are usually short in stature.[]

  • Dentinogenesis Imperfecta Type 1

    Children (and adults) with OI are at higher risk for cataracts, glaucoma, and retinal detachment.[] ; Delayed tooth eruption, primary and secondary RESPIRATORY: Respiratory distress CHEST: [External features]; Narrow thorax; [Ribs, sternum, clavicles, and scapulae]; Pectus[] Type IV OI: Moderate to Severe Children with Type IV OI are usually short in stature with teeth affected by the disorder. Fractures and crooked bones are common.[]

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