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208 Possible Causes for Esotropia, Heart Murmur, Seizure

  • Down Syndrome

    Esotropia (eyes that drift in) is most common while exotropia (eyes that drift out) occurs less frequently.[] The doctor may hear a heart murmur when listening to the baby's chest with a stethoscope.[] She had focal seizures at five months of age, which were controlled with phenobarbital.[]

  • Stickler Syndrome

    Two siblings, from a consanguineous Iraqi family, were investigated to identify the underlying genetic cause of their high myopia, esotropia, vitreous changes and cataract[] The symptoms are variable but commonly include unusual facial features including a small jaw and abnormalities of the palate, problems with vision and hearing, heart murmurs[] This report raises the possibility of a potential occurrence of seizures among the clinical manifestations of Stickler syndrome type 1, suggesting the presence of a continuous[]

  • Williams Syndrome

    The types of strabismus would include infantile esotropia, dissociated vertical deviation, and oblique dysfunction.[] ACTH completely controlled the seizures, but was halted because of the progression of ventricular hypertrophy.[] A 14-year-old Asian Indian girl with characteristic facies and heart murmur, and with findings on ophthalmoscopy, slit-lamp biomicroscopy, fundus autofluorescence imaging,[]

  • Hypertelorism

    The medial rectus muscle may be bowed across the medial wall osteotomy line, creating a functional shortening of the muscle; this finding may explain the esotropia that is[] […] parents, in which three present with microcephaly, hypertelorism, down-slanting palpebral fissures, ptosis, a broad nasal tip, a short webbed neck, mental retardation and seizures[] The mother had an umbilical hernia requiring surgical correction as a child and a history of heart murmur.[]

  • Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

    In this report, we describe the management of a child with bilateral cataract, nystagmus, and comitant sensory esotropia.[] Seizure freedom (Engel class 1A) was achieved in 12 of 21 patients (5 obese compared to 7 non-obese patients).[] Recurrence rate is between 6-12% Learning Point Causes and possible associations with IIH include: Cardiovascular Heart murmur Mitral valve prolapse Heart transplant* Collagen[]

  • Mucolipidosis

    The child has now a right concomitant esotropia. Mild psychomotor retardation was first noticed at the age of four months.[] There was global regression 6 months after the onset of seizures. Seizures remained medically refractory.[] In most ML II patients, the clinical conditions 'stand alone', 'walk without support' and 'speak single words' were impaired; however, the frequency of 'heart murmur', 'inguinal[]

  • Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome

    Related Article • High myopia V pattern esotropia and bilateral nasolacrimal duct obstruction in a child with Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome • Jyoti Matalia 1*, Chandrashekhar[] Almost no patient presented seizures.[] His blood sugars dropped dangerously low and upon evaluation, the neonatologist discovered that Braxton had a severe heart murmur, his ring and pinky fingers on both hands[]

  • Rolandic Epilepsy

    Community / Children & Parenting / Family dynamics My daughter so far has the following diagnoses: Benign Rolandic Epilepsy Accomodative esotropia Joint Hypermobility Muscle[] A year or so earlier during a check up, they thought he had a heart murmur, but after testing it turned out to not be a problem What was my pregnancy like?[] Therapy is often unnecessary and seizures spontaneously end at puberty.[]

  • Paralysis

    It is characterized by a sudden development of diplopia with marked esotropia at distance and sometimes headaches.[] […] or negative motor seizures.[] Cats with a heart murmur may develop blood clots that travel through arteries.[]

  • Loss of Vision

    Types of oculomotor conditions include esotropia (eye turns inward); exotopia (eye turns outward); hypertropia (eye turns upward); hypotropia (eye turns downward); strabismus[] , Heartmurmur?[] Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) is a rare neurological condition identifiable by clinical presentation and MRI appearance.1 Patients present with headache, seizures[]

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