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255 Possible Causes for Hypertrichosis of Eyebrows, Mutation in the MLL Gene

  • Wiedemann-Steiner Syndrome

    Utilizing a whole-exome sequencing approach, the group identified de novo mutations in the mixed lineage leukemia ( MLL ) gene in five of six individuals with the syndrome[] […] cubiti, facial dysmorphism (hypertelorism, long eyelashes, thick eyebrows, downslanted, vertically narrow, long palpebral fissures, wide nasal bridge, broad nasal tip, long[] Facial characteristics include long eyelashes, thick or arched eyebrows with a lateral flare, and downslanting and vertically narrow palpebral fissures.[]

  • Genee-Wiedemann Syndrome

    Wiedemann-Steiner syndrome results from a mutation in the MLL (also known as KMT2A ) gene on the long arm of chromosome 11 .[] Integumentary Hypertrichosis 5 / - Hypertrichosis cubiti 5 / - Long/thick eyelashes 5 Thick eyebrows 5 e Thick hair n.a.[] Wiedemann-Steiner syndrome is a rare genetic disorder resulting from mutations in the MLL (also known as KMT2A ) gene on the long arm of chromosome 11.[]

  • Coffin-Lowry Syndrome

    Summary Clinical characteristics. Coffin-Lowry syndrome (CLS) is usually characterized by severe-to-profound intellectual disability in males; less severely impaired individuals have been reported. Neuropsychiatric concerns can include behavioral problems, loss of strength, progressive spasticity or paraplegia, sleep[…][]

    Missing: Mutation in the MLL Gene
  • Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome

    The common abnormalities include hypertrichosis and hirsuitism,heavy eyebrows, prominent beaked nose,hypoplastic maxilla, lowest ears and skeletal anomalies including broad[] The clinical data of our cohort evidenced frequent signs such as arched eyebrows, epicanthus, synophrys and/or frontal hypertrichosis and broad phalanges that, previously[] , microcephaly, broad thumbs and hallux which are often angulated, hyper-extensive joints, small tilted pelvis, hypertrichosis, and undescended testes. [2] Current literature[]

    Missing: Mutation in the MLL Gene
  • Fucosidosis

    Return to The Medical Biochemistry Page 1996–2019, LLC info @ Fucosidosis belongs to a family of disorders identified as lysosomal storage diseases. Fucosidosis is an autosomal recessive disorder that results from deficiencies in the fucosidase, alpha-L-1[…][]

    Missing: Mutation in the MLL Gene
  • Cerebro-Facio-Thoracic Dysplasia

    ), a narrow forehead and a short nose; there are also hypertrichosis (espec- ially posteriorly) and mental retardation.[] The facial appearance in the de Lange syndrome is very similar to that found in cerebro-facio-thoracic dysplasia, for there is synophrys (joining of the eyebrows in midline[]

    Missing: Mutation in the MLL Gene
  • Marshall-Smith Syndrome

    - A dictionary of medical eponyms Related people David Weyhe Smith Richard E. Marshall A syndrome of motor and mental retardation, accelerated skeletal maturation, failure to thrive, and abnormal facies. The clinical course is marked mainly by pneumonia, stridor, respiratory distress, and death. The aetiology is[…][]

    Missing: Mutation in the MLL Gene
  • Alpha-Mannosidosis

    Alpha-mannosidosis is a lysosomal storage disorder, first described by Swedish physician Okerman in 1967. In humans it is known to be caused by an autosomal recessive genetic mutation in the gene MAN2B1, located on chromosome 19, affecting the production of the enzyme alpha-D-mannosidase, resulting in its deficiency.[…][]

    Missing: Mutation in the MLL Gene
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    This gene was originally identified as a fusion partner with the mixed-lineage leukemia (MLL) gene in t(11;15)(q23;q14).[] Mutations in this gene cause au to somal recessive primary microcephaly-4 (MCPH4).[]

    Missing: Hypertrichosis of Eyebrows
  • Small-Cell Carcinoma of the Lung

    […] amplification seen in FGFR1, MYCL, E2F2, and CCN2 genes Gene mutation seen in CREBBP, EP300, MLL, PTEN, SLIT2, and EPHA7 genes And gene inactivation seen in TP53 and RB1[] […] genes (in many cases) No preinvasive lesions, such as diffuse idiopathic pulmonary neuroendocrine hyperplasia (DIPNECH), or genetic mutations on MEN1 gene, which are both[] […] in individuals who have been continuously smoking for several decades (up to 30 years or more) Many genetic and chromosomal anomalies have been reported, which include: Gene[]

    Missing: Hypertrichosis of Eyebrows

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