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963 Possible Causes for Epicanthal Folds

  • Homocystinuria

    The patient also shows signs that had not been previously described: epicanthal folds, broad nasal bridge, long and flat philtrum, amimic expression and, particularly, a postural[]

  • Noonan Syndrome 1

    ., epicanthal folds, ptosis, ocular hypertelorism), and micrognathia. Individuals with Noonan syndrome often may have either pectus excavatum or pectus carinatum.[] folds, high upper eyelid crease, and some limitation of ocular mobility most commonly of the levator.[] The characteristic facial features include hypertelorism, epicanthal folds, down-slanting palpebral fissures, expressive triangular-shaped eyebrows, and ptosis.[]

  • Turner Syndrome

    Clinically, patients with Turner syndrome are short, and they have a small chin, prominent folds of skin at the inner corners of the eyes (epicanthal folds), low-set ears,[] Other findings characteristic of TS include: temporal narrowing Epicanthal Folds prominent, low-set ears high, narrow palate small mandible low posterior hairline with neck[] Epicanthal folds could be seen.[]

  • Pallister-Killian Syndrome

    folds large ears with lobes that are thick and protrude outward.[] Hypertelorism and epicanthal folds accompany the above-mentioned facial changes. Eye examination may also reveal trans-illumination defects of the iris.[] Patients also exhibit a distinctive facial structure, characterized by high foreheads, sparse hair on the temple, a wide space between the eyes, epicanthal folds and a flat[]

  • Williams Syndrome

    folds (vertical skin folds that cover the inner corners of the eyes Feeding difficulties in infancy, often leading to poor growth Shorter than average height Low body tone[] These may exhibit as a flattened nasal bridge with small upturned nose, skin that covers the inner corner of the eye (called epicanthal folds) and prominent lips with an open[] […] syndrome include: Characteristic facial features, especially in childhood, such as: full cheeks, wide mouth, prominent lips, small jaw, large ears, short/upturned nose, epicanthal[]

  • Down Syndrome

    folds, flattened nasal bridge, broad hands with short fingers, decreased muscle tone, and by trisomy of the human chromosome numbered 21 — called also Down , Down's , trisomy[] In the postnatal period, characteristic phenotypical features point to the diagnosis: depressed nasal bridge epicanthic folds abundant neck skin macroglossia simian crease[] The inner corner of the eyes may have a rounded fold of skin (epicanthal fold). The hands are short and broad with short fingers, and may have a single palmar crease.[]

  • LIG4 Syndrome

    folds and nose changes [ 24 , 27 ].[] folds Hypogonadism Bone abnormalities Bone Hypoplasia Syndactyly Polydactyly Congential Hip Dysplasia Skin conditions Photosensitivity Psoriasis Eczema Widespread Ecchymosis[] […] presenting features in LIG4 patients [ 12 – 18 , 22 – 27 , 31 ] Physical features Microcephaly Growth restriction "Bird-like" or "Seckel syndrome-like" facies Bilateral epicanthic[]

  • Vitreous Abscess

    NIH: National Eye Institute Anisocoria Chemosis Choroidal dystrophies Coloboma of the iris Epicanthal folds Episcleritis Eye and orbit ultrasound Eye burning - itching and[]

  • Papillomas in Perioral, Nasal and Anal Regions

    folds Strabismus Ptosis [ EoM Image ] Further information: Morphology of elements Head Macrocephaly [ EoM Image ] Further information: Morphology of elements Large anterior[] folds, short and broad, depressed nasal root, deeply grooved philtrum and micrognathia.[] […] information: Morphology of elements Thick lips High-arched palate Eyes Hypertelorism [ EoM Image ] Further information: Morphology of elements Downslanting palpebral fissures Epicanthal[]

  • Syndromic Microphthalmia Type 10

    folds/AR (most common), XLR/Numerous/Multiple JUBERG-MARSIDI SYNDROME/Ptosis, epicanthal folds, hypertelorism, upslanting palpebral fissures, exotropia, optic atrophy/XLR[] folds AR (most common), XLR Numerous Multiple JUBERG-MARSIDI SYNDROME Ptosis, epicanthal folds, hypertelorism, upslanting palpebral fissures, exotropia, optic atrophy XLR[] , microphthalmia, nystagmus, deep-set eyes/AR/ERCC6 /#214150 CEREBROOCULONASAL SYNDROME/Anophthalmia, Sparse eyebrows and eyelashes, hypertelorism, epicanthal folds/AD/-/%[]

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