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348 Possible Causes for Keloid, Microphthalmos

  • Congenital Muscular Dystrophy

    Skin changes such as hypertrophic scars or keloid formation Analyses of blood samples typically reveal slightly to markedly elevated levels of creatine kinase, but don't yield[] […] abnormalities such as crossed eyes (strabismus), cataracts, nearsightedness (myopia), abnormal eye movements, and, in severe cases, retinal detachment and abnormally small eyes (microphthalmos[] Other characteristic findings include protrusion of the calcanei, follicular hyperkeratosis, and a predisposition to hypertrophie (keloid) scars.19,20 Serum creatine kinase[]

  • Isolated Congenital Sclerocornea

    - Ulcers M - Metabolic P - Peters anomaly E - Edema (CHED) D – Dermoid Other rarer causes of congenital clouding or opacity of the cornea include the following: corneal keloids[] The condition is often associated with other local and systemic anomalies like microphthalmos, anomalies a t the angle of the anterior chamber (Franceschetti, 1946; Goldstein[] In most patients, the eye on the affected side or sides is also abnormally small (microphthalmos).[]

  • Oculocerebrorenal Syndrome

    Other ocular findings include glaucoma, corneal opacity (keloid), enophthalmos, and hypotonia.[] Ocular abnormalities include cataract, glaucoma, microphthalmos, and decreased visual acuity.[] End stage glaucoma in patient 2 resulted in the enucleation of the eye, which on histology demonstrated corneal keloid, fibrous infiltration of the angle, ectropion uvea,[]

  • Peters Anomaly

    CORNEAL KELOIDS Keloids are white, glistening, protuberant lesions that involve all or part of the cornea.[] […] reports are described to illustrate the unusual occurrence of dominant inheritance of Peters' anomaly and the concomitant occurrence of Peters' anomaly with colobomatous microphthalmos[] The severe lenticular disturbance, microphthalmos, and fetal growth retardation in this case reflected early anemia and the resultant hypoxemia.[]

  • Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome

    Although high incidence of keloids in RTS is known, it is difficult to find a detailed report on the clinical features of keloids.[] […] disabilities) 759.89 Marchesani (-Weill) syndrome (brachymorphism and ectopia lentis) 759.89 Meyer-Schwickerath and Weyers syndrome (dysplasia oculodentodigitalis) 759.89 Microphthalmos[] One of the complications is keloid formation. Keloids are proliferative fibrous growths resulting from excessive tissue response to skin trauma.[]

  • Acroosteolysis-Keloid-Like Lesions-Premature Aging Syndrome

    - Zusammenfassung Acne keloid Aknekeloid Keloid Acne Akne vulgaris Scar - ACNE Keloid Keloid Aknekeloid Keloid Keloid Keloid x.Titre du document / Document title Tretinoin[] […] imperfecta type 3 Pyruvate kinase deficiency Familial thoracic aortic aneurysm and dissection Frank Ter Haar syndrome STAR syndrome Nablus mask-like facial syndrome Microcephaly microphthalmos[] […] of hypertrophic scars and keloids Yaron Har-Shai, MD.FAQ • keloid.[]

  • Microcornea

    , Hemolysis, and Imbalanced Globin Synthesis Thrombocytopenia, X-Linked, Intermittent Thrombocytosis, Familial X-Linked Thyroxine-Binding Globulin Deficiency Torticollis Keloids[] PURPOSE: To report the results of secondary posterior chamber intraocular lens (PC-IOL) implantation in pediatric cataract eyes with microcornea and/or microphthalmos.[] RESULTS: Ninety-nine children with coloboma, microcornea or microphthalmos had functional vision. Eight unilateral cases were excluded.[]

  • Persistent Hyperplastic Primary Vitreous

    […] nodule 環状肉芽腫:granuloma annulare リポイド類壊死症:necrobiosis lipoidica 結節性多発動脈炎:polyarteritis nodosa 血栓性静脈炎:thrombophlebitis leukocytoclastic vasculitis nodular amyloidosis ケロイド:keloid[] The most common clinical presentations of patients with PHPV in our study were microphthalmos, a shallow or collapsed anterior chamber, and leukocoria.[] The strengths and weaknesses of each of these diagnostic methods is detailed in regard to patients who present with unilateral leucocoria, microphthalmos, lens opacity, and[]

  • Sclerocornea

    Congenital corneal keloid (disorder) Congenital corneal opacity (disorder) Congenital corneal opacity interfering with vision Congenital corneal opacity interfering with[] A case of bilateral sclerocornea, microphthalmos cornea plana and microcornea with extrophia vesicae.[] - Ulcers M - Metabolic P - Peters anomaly E - Edema (CHED) D – Dermoid Other rarer causes of congenital clouding or opacity of the cornea include the following: corneal keloids[]

  • Blepharophimosis-Epicanthus Inversus-Ptosis Syndrome

    A genome-wide association study identifies four susceptibility loci for keloid in the Japanese population. Nat Genet. 2010; 42 :768-71 15.[] Rare symptoms include microphthalmos (abnormally small eyes), tear ducts in the wrong location, and high arched palate.[] Other ocular characteristics that have been reported in association with BPES include euryblepharon, strabismus, microphthalmos, lacrimal drainage abnormalities and optic[]

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