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156 Possible Causes for Dysmorphic Face, Recurrent Otitis Media, Recurrent Respiratory Infections

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    The early clinical characteristics were developmental delay, joint stiffness, coarse facies, recurrent respiratory tract infections, abdominal distention and hernia.[] Typical clinical findings at various ages include: 0 - 6 months Chronic rhinitis Recurrent otitis media or "glue ear" with thick cerumen Umbilical or inguinal hernia Above[] respiratory infections (obstructive airway diseases) X Heart disease- enlarged heart valves X 33. 33 Picture showing: skeletal abnormalities left (scoliosis of spine with[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 2

    Both the children had a history of recurrent respiratory infections and intermittent joint pain since early childhood.[] otitis media Broad chest Ivory-colored papular skin lesions on the upper back and sides of the upper arms Protuberant abdomen Diarrhea Short stature Skeletal deformities[] Factors such as recurrent respiratory infections, enlarged tongue and hypertrophic tonsils contributed to this (Table 1).[]

  • Achondroplasia

    Only one had referred recurrent respiratory infections.[] Clinical Findings Delayed motor development Recurrent otitis media Normal intelligence Short stature Lower extremity radiculopathy Imaging Findings Can be detected before[] Recurrent ear infections may cause hearing loss.[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 6

    […] lower respiratory tract infection. indice »[] The face is dysmorphic with coarse features. Bone dysplasia and facial dysmorphism may be seen at birth.[] Furthermore, the airway can become narrow in some individuals, resulting in frequent respiratory infections and sleep apnea.[]

  • Down Syndrome

    Leukemia, thyroid diseases, autoimmune disorders, epilepsy, intestinal obstruction, and increased susceptibility to infections (including recurrent respiratory infections)[]

  • Rhizomelic Chondrodysplasia Punctata

    Affected individuals may also be prone to seizures and recurrent respiratory infections. Most people with RCPD1 have a shortened lifespan and do not live into adulthood.[] face, and cataracts.[] otitis media and pneumonia.[]

  • Kabuki Syndrome

    Subsequently, given recurrent respiratory infections with a normal immunological status, he underwent a chest CT scan that showed a left bronchial isomerism.[] Figure 1: Dysmorphic faces of an Experimental Child.[] otitis media.[]

  • Mohr Syndrome

    Frequent fever, tachypnea and recurrent respiratory infections were observed in later days.[] Additionally, Mohr syndrome is marked by dysmorphic faces such as a broad nose accompanied by a bifid tip.[] otitis media, usually associated with cleft palate, has been reported End stage renal disease (ESRD) has been reported in affected girls and women ranging in age from 11[]

  • Microdontia

    respiratory infections 23% Prematurely aged appearance 12% Abnormality of the endocardium 12% Abnormal carotid artery morphology 12% Increased nuchal translucency 12% Overriding[] Microcephaly, short stature, syndactyly, intellectual disability (often labeled mental retardation), and a dysmorphic face are characteristic.[] otitis media 12% Nephrolithiasis 12% Hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism 12% Open mouth 12% Renal hypoplasia 12% Narrow forehead 12% Abnormality of pelvic girdle bone morphology[]

  • Spondyloenchondrodysplasia

    […] otitis media ; Recurrent respiratory infections ; Recurrent sinusitis ; Restrictive ventilatory defect ; Rheumatoid arthritis ; Short stature ; Spastic diplegia ; Spondylometaphyseal[] face pelvic scapula dysplasia Short stature heart defect craniofacial anomalies Short stature hyperkaliemia acidosis Short stature locking fingers Short stature mental retardation[] Recurrent or frequent otitis media.[]

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