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46 Possible Causes for Heavy, Horizontal Eyebrows

  • Morbid Obesity

    These very heavy people are burdened with carrying up to hundreds of pounds of extra weight.[] eyebrows, broad nasal bridge and pointed chin.[] Chest wall and lung compliance are decreased from the heavy layer of fat.[]

  • Ptosis

    […] such as Horner syndrome Conditions that affect the muscles such as myasthenia gravis or muscular dystrophy Swelling caused by a foreign body or tumor that makes the eyelid heavy[] The frontalis muscle normally elevates the eyebrow and contributes to the eyelid elevation.[] Ptosis, is the name given to sagging, heavy or droopy eyelids and can affect one or both eyes.[]

  • Goldberg-Shprintzen Syndrome

    […] periventricular nodular heterotopia/X-linked cardiac valvular dysplasia/ otopalatodigital spectrum disorders/TAAD MFAP5 Microfibril-associated protein 5 AD TAAD MYH11 Myosin, heavy[] Different facial characteristics (thick, horizontal eyebrows and uplifted earlobes with a central depression), presence of seizures and hypospadias, and absence of polymicrogyria[] However, patients with MWS have different facial characteristics such as thick and horizontal eyebrows and uplifted earlobes with a central depression.[]

  • Blepharoptosis

    It’s normal to have redness, swelling, the skin feeling as well as the eyes feeling tired and heavy in the beginning.[] First, 2 incisions were made at the inferior margin of the eyebrow and in the supratarsal region.[] Mechanical ptosis develops when the eyelid is too heavy for the levator muscles to lift [ 1 ].[]

  • Mowat-Wilson Syndrome

    These facial features become more distinctive with age, and adults with Mowat-Wilson syndrome have an elongated face with heavy eyebrows and a pronounced chin and jaw.[] The eyebrows are often broad and horizontal with a wide medial separation. The columella becomes more obvious.[] Adults with Mowat-Wilson syndrome have a long face with heavy eyebrows and a pronounced chin and jaw.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Mental Retardation 24

    […] alpha-dystroglycan Qualitative or quantitative defects of alpha-sarcoglycan Qualitative or quantitative defects of alphaB-cristallin Qualitative or quantitative defects of beta-myosin heavy[]

  • Macrocephaly

    The pathological findings show a brain that is typically too large and too heavy; extensive paucity of myelin is found in the hemispheres in which frontal lobes are more affected[] eyebrows, and a depressed nasal bridge.[] Clinical dissection of these six patients, in addition to patient reports in the literature, revealed distinctive facial features that included frontal bossing, dolichocephaly, horizontal[]

  • Apert Syndrome

    Heavy dental plaque, dental calculus, congestion and swelling of the gingiva and periodontal pseudopockets associated with anterior teeth were recorded.[] Facial features that are common include horizontal grooves above the supraorbital ridges, break in the continuity of the eyebrows, the mouth’s resting shape is trapezoid.[] Additional signs and symptoms of Apert syndrome can include hearing loss, unusually heavy sweating (hyperhidrosis), oily skin with severe acne, patches of missing hair in[]

  • Shaheen Syndrome

    The accumulation of lactic acid in the blood, called lactic acidosis is associated with muscle pain, heaviness, pain and aches that damages muscle and nerve tissue.[] Analysis of photographs (Fig. 2 ) by a dysmorphologist (J.S.) indicated for RQMR10 affected individuals having a boxy shaped face, straight eyebrows, mild synophrys, hypoplastic[] Isolation and characterization of two molecular variants of myosin heavy chain from rabbit ventricle.[]

  • Syndactyly

    […] sarcoma virus CT10 oncogene homolog-like CUL4B cullin 4B DDX11 DEAD/H (Asp-Glu-Ala-Asp/His) box helicase 11 DHCR7 7-dehydrocholesterol reductase DYNC2H1 dynein, cytoplasmic 2, heavy[] On the left side there was a horizontal shallow linear depression in the region of palpebral fissure.[] , holding heavy or large objects, catching a ball (use your left hand then Stephen!) and learning BSL (British Sign Language).[]

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