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2,069 Possible Causes for Dental Caries, Focal Keratoderma of Soles, MRI Scan of the Brain Abnormal

  • Congenital Muscular Dystrophy

    MRI scans show white matter changes; the children affected have normal intelligence unless there is there is a structural brain abnormality - this can happen in a small percentage[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Growth Hormone Deficiency

    Palmoplantar keratoderma (PPK) is a diverse group of disorders, characterized by thickening of the palms and soles, which are subdivided into focal or diffuse; it can be acquired[] Abstract Vitamin D may prevent dental caries.[] An MRI scan may reveal a structural abnormality or tumor in the brain. A pulmonary function test may reveal dimished lung respiratory muscle capacity.[]

  • Sjögren Syndrome

    Prevention of dental caries in SS patients is important.[] […] resonance imaging (MRI) results. 32 Eighty one per cent of patients had abnormal findings on SPECT scanning, with the temporal lobes being most commonly affected.[] Biological factors in dental caries: role of saliva and dental plaque in the dynamic process of demineralization and remineralization (part 1).[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Epidermolysis Bullosa

    ., belt line) Generalized Generalized Generalized Grouped (herpetiform) No No Sometimes Yes Mucosal Rare Occasionally Occasionally Often Hyperkeratosis of palms & soles (keratoderma[] Extracutaneous 4 manifestations include: dystrophy or absence of nails, sparse head hair or alopecia, excessive dental caries, microstomia, mouth ulcers, lingual tip fixation[] Good dental hygiene and regular dental checks are recommended. Many patients with JEB and DEB develop dental caries because of enamel defects.[]

    Missing: MRI Scan of the Brain Abnormal
  • Cockayne Syndrome

    caries.[] CS patients commonly have the following problems: Common problems in CS Brain abnormalities on CT or MRI scans (calcifications, white matter abnormalities, atrophy) Gait ataxia[] Dental caries was associated with enamel defects, a high sugar/carbohydrate soft food diet, poor oral hygiene and dry mouth.[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Papillon Lefevre Disease

    Focal keratodermas mainly affect pressure areas. Punctate-type keratodermas result in tiny bumps on the palms and soles.[] Palmar-plantar hyperkeratosis Group of disorders known as palmar plantar keratodermas (PPK) are characterized by diffuse or localized hyperkeratosis of the palms and soles[] Classification of keratodermas depends on whether or not it is inherited, and its clinical features. Diffuse keratodermas affect most of the palms and soles.[]

    Missing: MRI Scan of the Brain Abnormal
  • Common Variable Immunodeficiency

    All participants underwent examination for dental caries and periodontal disease. Blood and whole saliva samples were collected on the same day of the oral examination.[] DIAM and was abnormal in 3: a patient showed cerebral edema on brain CT scan 109 and MRI disclosed high intensities on T 2 -weighted sequences in 2 additional patients that[] The aim of this study was to measure serum and salivary IgA, IgG, and IgM levels in CVID participants and controls, and to associate immunoglobulin levels with caries and[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Hypoparathyroidism

    caries).[] Brain MRI scan: basal ganglia calcification (sign of a long-standing hypocalcaemic state). Genetic studies: as appropriate.[] […] affecting the teeth including the underdevelopment of the hard outer layer of the teeth (enamel hypoplasia), malformation of the roots and an increased risk of cavities (dental[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Facial Hemiatrophy

    […] in both the gray and white matter of the brain—usually ipsilateral but sometimes contralateral—that are detectable on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. [6] [8] Ocular[] [ edit ] Enophthalmos (recession of the eyeball within the orbit ) is the most common eye abnormality observed in Parry–Romberg syndrome.[] […] muscle group that subsequently spread to adjacent muscles) and occur on the side contralateral to the affected side of the face. [2] Half of these cases are associated with abnormalities[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Cocaine Abuse

    Intracranial hemorrhage or stroke -- CT scan or MRI of brain. These complications may occur at the time of cocaine use or several days later.[] Caution is required in evaluating ST-segment deviations on the ECG as chronic cocaine abusers often have repolarization abnormalities.[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles

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