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120 Possible Causes for Ear Deformity, Folded Helix

  • Down Syndrome

    Down syndrome (trisomy 21) is a well-known cause of mental retardation. It can be diagnosed in early pregnancy. Scientists have made great strides in outlining the pathophysiologic mechanisms of mental retardation in Down syndrome. Much less has been published on human therapy. To our knowledge, these are the[…][]

  • Trimethadione

    Features included in the fetal trimethadione syndrome are developmental delay, speech difficulty, V-shaped eyebrows, epicanthus, low-set ears with anteriorly folded helix,[] The child was small, showed deformed ears, displayed feeding problems and was found to be in cardiac failure with a systolic murmur and absent femoral pulses.[] Malformed or low-set ears were seen in nearly half the cases, palatal deformities were less common and evidence intrauterine growth retardation was frequently present.[]

  • Ear Deformity

    In the mild form, the helix alone is involved. It can be only a slightly broad rim, but more commonly the helix is flattened or folded along the upper edge.[] The common characteristics of the crumpled-ear deformity, the steps for surgical correction, and the authors' experience are described in this article.[] The helix of your ear is the rim that goes around the superior edge. The anti-helix is the cartilage fold underneath that rim.[]

  • Microtia

    […] or crus of the anthelix that extends from the superior portion of the anthelix to the upper posterior aspect of the corner of the helix.[] Microtia & Ear Deformities Before and After Gallery Classifications of Microtia Grade 1: The external ear development is not complete but structures are identifiable, and[] Microtia and Other Ear Deformities Congenital ear deformities occur in many different syndromes or alone.[]

  • Branchio-Oculo-Facial Syndrome

    Over-folded or malformed ears Sensorineural hearing loss Supra-auricular sinuses Limbs Abnormality Clinodactyly Show images Polydactyly Show images Neurologic Abnormality[] […] of both the external and middle ear structures.[] Genitourinary Renal agenesis Growth Postnatal growth deficiency Prenatal growth deficiency Hands Preaxial polydactyly Transverse palmar crease Hearing Deafness Hypoplastic superior helix[]

  • Ear Surgery

    To introduce modified postauricular fascial flap, we used a simple and safe procedure to recreate an antihelical fold.[] Correcting Ear Deformities Other ear deformities can also be corrected surgically.[] The antihelix (2) refers to a natural ridge that is situated inside of the helix.[]

  • Hirschsprung Disease - Nail Hypoplasia - Dysmorphism

    Down syndrome 46. 02/25/15 Sid 46 Trisomy 21 • Brachycephaly • Flat facial profile • Small ears • Folded helix • Conductive hearing loss • Upslanting palpebral fissures •[] Brain anomalies, retarda-tion of mentality and growth, ectodermal dysplasia, skeletal alformations, Hirschsprung disease, ear deformity and deafness, eye hypoplasia, cleft[] This syndrome is characterized by a multitude of clinical findings including arachnodactyly, narrow body habitus, scoliosis, congenital contractures, and external ear deformities[]

  • Protuberant Ears

    […] rotation, prominent helix, and protruding earlobe.[] Case reports Case 1: constricted ear A male child was born at full term with bilateral constricted ears. No family history of ear deformity existed.[] When the antihelical fold does not form correctly, it makes the helix (the outer rim of the ear) stick out (see a diagram of a normal external ear ).[]

  • Anotia

    […] is the folded over outside edge of the ear Intertragal notch is the space between the tragus and antitragus Lobe (lobule) may be attached or free, based on genetics Scapha[] Anencephaly : large and fleshy and sometimes folded.[] Congenital Ear Deformity Correction Policy Treatment for Congenital Ear Deformity correction is not routinely funded by the CCG and is subject to this restricted policy.[]

  • Auricular Hematoma

    The metal is sufficiently ductile to be folded over the helix of the ear (the peripheral cartilaginous rim portion), whereupon the pads are caused to engage opposing sides[] ear injuries treat appropriately in domestic elite male wrestlers. 76% of the wrestlers has an ear deformity and dissatisfaction.[] Links Publisher Full Text Authors , Source MeSH Drainage Ear Deformities, Acquired Ear, External Hematoma Humans Stents Pub Type(s) Journal Article Review Language eng PubMed[]

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