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29 Possible Causes for Failure to Thrive, Flat Affect, Round Face in Infancy

  • Autism

    Her clinical features included hypotonia and feeding difficulties during infancy, coarse face with notably prominent forehead, prominent eyebrows, broad flat nasal bridge[] Unless the child has a history of diarrhea, anorexia, or failure to thrive, the test yield will be extremely low.[] […] to thrive. 67 – 69 Breast milk is an important, cost-effective intervention to decrease the risk of sepsis and necrotyzing enterocolitis. 70, 71 Similar adverse outcomes[]

  • Weaver Syndrome

    Pediatr Radiol 5:53–57 Google Scholar Marshall RE, Graham CB, Scott CR, Smith DW (1971) Syndrome of accelerated skeletal maturation and relative failure of thrive: A newly[] Although both sexes are affected, the sex ratio is 2M:1F.[] Widened middle and proximal phalanges, failure to thrive, craniofacial abnormalities (small face, prominent eyes, blue sclera, flat nose with anteverted nares, choanal atresia[]

  • Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome

    Microcephaly Round, moonlike face Wide-set, downward-slanting eyes Strabismus Epicanthal folds Williams syndrome Type of abnormality: deletion Critical region: 7q11.23 Mental[] Accordingly, prenatal-onset growth retardation and failure to thrive have been found to result from haploinsufficiency for a 4p gene located between 0.4 and 1.3 Mb, whereas[] Most individuals affected by this disorder have distinctive facial features, such as a broad, flat nasal bridge and a high forehead described as the “Greek warrior helmet”[]

  • XXXXY Syndrome

    A 5-month-old boy had failure to thrive and multiple congenital anomalies including microcephaly, facial dysmorphism (hypertelorism, megacornea, cleft palate, and micrognathia[] Affected individuals have distinctive facial features that can include widely spaced eyes ( ocular hypertelorism ), outside corners of the eyes that point upward ( upslanting[] face in infancy,(Look very much like a cherub) coarse features in older age, hypertelorism, epicanthal folds, prognathism, gynecomastia (rare), congenital heart defects ([]

  • Disproportionate Short Stature - Ptosis - Valvular Heart Lesions

    He had persistent failure to thrive due to intermittent respiratory tract infection.[] Symptoms and Signs Affected neonates tend to be placid, rarely cry, and have hypotonia.[] 50–65 ASD, VSD, PDA, LSVC, aortic atresia, dextrocardia, TOF, tricuspid atresia 22, 154 Deletion 5p (cri-du-chat) Catlike cry, prenatal and postnatal growth retardation, round[]

  • Char Syndrome

    Note the round face with full cheeks, hypertelorism, epicanthal folds, and apparently low-set ears. Child with cri-du-chat syndrome.[] Additional symptoms are failure to thrive, poor eating, vomiting, and diarrhea.[] A, Typical facial features of Char syndrome in an affected 46-year-old woman from the Arkansas family.[]

  • Optic Atrophy-Intellectual Disability Syndrome

    It is characterized by sparse, kinky hair; failure to thrive; and progressive deterioration of the nervous system.[] Most affected individuals have facial features described as coarse.[] Affected individuals also have distinctive facial features, including widely set eyes (hypertelorism), low-set ears, a small jaw, and a rounded face.[]

  • Cole-Carpenter Syndrome

    Round face Wide anterior fontanel Rhizomelia Coxa vara Relative macrocephaly Thoracolumbar scoliosis Feeding difficulties Breech presentation Lumbar scoliosis Dentinogenesis[] Case Report A five and half year old boy presented with failure to thrive and multiple deformities of his limbs.[] An individual affected by the syndrome may have broad cheeks, a flat nasal bridge, and a wide upturned nose with abnormally large nasal openings.[]

  • Congenital Non-Progressive Ataxia

    Affected individuals also have distinctive facial features, including widely set eyes (hypertelorism), low-set ears, a small jaw, and a rounded face.[] Feeding difficulties were also associated with failure to thrive (Fisher’s exact test p 25 remains thus far unconfirmed.[] For example, affected individuals have exhibited skeletal malformations, such as fusion of certain bones in the spinal column of the neck (cervical vertebrae), flat feet ([]

  • Goldberg-Shprintzen Syndrome

    In infancy, there are excess nuchal skin, a rounded skull shape, a sparse fine hair and a puffy anterior neck; the face is square shaped with high forehead, frontal bossing[] Hirschsprung disease can eventually cause diarrhea, dehydration, and failure to grow and gain weight at the expected rate (failure to thrive).[] The main skeletal findings in SGS are arachnodactyly, flat feet, pectus deformity, scoliosis and hypermobile joints [ 1 ].[]

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