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457 Possible Causes for High Arched Palate, mitral valve prolapse syndrome, Myopia

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  • Marfan Syndrome

    Physical Appearance/Skeletal Tall and slender, a narrow face, deep-set eyes, receding chin, down slanted eyes, high arched palate with crowded teeth Arm span length greater[] KEYWORDS: Marfan syndrome; mitral valve prolapse[] The emergence of additional clinical signs (marfanoid habitus, severe myopia and dilatation of the aortic bulb) lead to consider the diagnosis of the progeroid variant of[]

  • Stickler Syndrome

    A palatal anomaly, ranging from a high-arched palate to overt clefting, was present in about 70\% and its prevalence did not differ among the different genes.[] The prevalence of mitral valve prolapse in Stickler syndrome has been reported to be much higher than in the general population.[] In the third family, all patients had a marfanoid habitus, high myopia, and mental retardation.[]

  • Homocystinuria

    Presentation Skeletal features: Marfanoid habitus with normal to tall stature (occasionally failure to thrive in infancy), fine, brittle hair, hypopigmentation, high arched[] Further investigations disclosed lens subluxation in association with myopia, mild scoliosis and osteopenia.[] Mitral valve prolapse . Osteoporosis - in two thirds of patients by age 15. Fatty infiltration of liver . Pancreatitis .[]

  • Down Syndrome

    Mouth: Protruding tongue (small narrow palate). High arched palate. Neck: Loose skin on nape of neck. Hands: Single palmar crease. Short little finger.[] Nystagmus was related to myopia and esotropia, and to heart disease and heart operations.[] […] characteristic craniofacial features, such as an anteriorly and posteriorly flattened head, dysplastic low-set ears, small nose, depressed nasal bridge, protruding tongue, high-arched[]

  • Stickler Syndrome Type 2

    Midline clefting (bifid uvula, submucous cleft, high arch palate, cleft repair, Pierre Robin sequence).[] […] epiphyses, overtubulation of long bones with metaphysial widening, flattened vertebral bodies, pelvic bone abnormalities, hypermobility of joints, cleft palate, progressive myopia[] , submucous or high arched palate Smaller lower jaw Flat face, small nose, little or no nasal bridge mitral valve prolapse Causes The cause of Stickler syndrome is mutation[]

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

    Features include: [21] High arched palate Arachnodactyly Wrist sign (Walker): positive if able to wrap the thumb and fifth finger of 1 hand around the opposite wrist such[] Additional features include fatigue, development of hernias, increased risk of aortic root dilation, and mitral valve prolapse.[] We report a 6-week-old white boy of nonconsanguineous parents who presented with bluish scleral discoloration, thin corneas, and progressive high myopia.[]

  • Stickler Syndrome Type 3

    Early joint disease leading to osteoarthritis and joint replacements at a younger age Facial Features a full cleft, submucous or high arched palate and/or bifid uvula Micrognathia[] , myopia, retinal detachment, and mitral valve prolapse.[] […] epiphyses, overtubulation of long bones with metaphysial widening, flattened vertebral bodies, pelvic bone abnormalities, hypermobility of joints, cleft palate, progressive myopia[]

  • Ectopia Lentis

    In the examination: look for signs of Marfan's syndrome (superior nasal subluxation of the lens, arachnodactyly, high arch palate and arm span longer than height) rarely the[] Since the original report, several CCA patients have been found to have mitral valve prolapse, structural cardiac anomalies, and occasionally aortic root dilatations similar[] A previously undescribed syndrome of bilateral blepharoptosis, ectopia lentis, and high myopia apparently was dominantly inherited and originated from a spontaneous genetic[]

  • Hypermobility Syndrome

    They frequently have tall parents usually the father and often have a high arched palate. They often are excellent gymnasts and are good at ballet.[] Gulpek D, Bayraktar E, Akbay SP, et al.: Joint hypermobility syndrome and mitral valve prolapse in panic disorder.[] Ptosis, myopia, or antimongoloid slant. Varicose veins, hernia, or uterine or rectal prolapse.[]

  • Kaufman Oculocerebrofacial Syndrome

    Kaufman type is characterized by psychomotor retardation, microcephaly, upslanting palpebral fissures, eye abnormalities (microcornea, strabismus, myopia, optic atrophy), high-arched[] valve prolapse Inspiratory stridor Prominent nose Widely spaced teeth Recurrent lower respiratory tract infections Acute kidney injury Abnormal retinal morphology Cone-shaped[] BACKGROUND: Kaufman oculocerebrofacial syndrome (KOS) is a developmental disorder characterised by reduced growth, microcephaly, ocular anomalies (microcornea, strabismus, myopia[]

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