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37 Possible Causes for Mild Frontal Bossing, Vitamin D Deficiency

  • Vitamin D

    But vitamin D deficiency is common.[] Clinical examination revealed a 71 cm tall, well nourished girl with mild frontal bossing, rachitic rosary, widening of wrists, and knock knees.[] This review considers the role of vitamin D in skeletal and nonskeletal health and suggests strategies for the prevention and treatment of vitamin D deficiency.[]

  • Hereditary Hypophosphatemic Rickets with Hypercalciuria

    However, association with vitamin D deficiency and normal urinary excretion of cyclic AMP might suggest another tubular defect in phosphate transport.[] On physical examination he was irritable with mild genu valgus deformity and mild forehead frontal bossing.[] […] rickets or rachitis (rəkī tĭs) , bone disease caused by a deficiency of vitamin D or calcium.[]

  • Cystic Fibrosis - Gastritis - Megaloblastic Anemia Syndrome

    Steatorrhea, malabsorption (from bone, secondary to vitamin D deficiency). Ulcerative colitis with pericholangitis, other erosive lesions of colon.[] Symptoms via clinical synopsis from OMIM: 57 Head And Neck Face: frontal bossing long face Abdomen Gastrointestinal: diarrhea helicobacter pylori gastritis Hematology: megaloblastic[] D Deficiency Vitiligo Vulval Erythema Waldenström Macroglobulinemia Weeks Pregnant Wegeners Wilson’s Disease Xerostomia Yeast Infection Zika Virus[]

  • Non-Eruption of Teeth-Maxillary Hypoplasia-Genu Valgum Syndrome

    A major contributor to genu valgum is obesity, and far less commonly calcium and vitamin D deficiencies [1] .[] […] facial dysmorphism (including round face, frontal bossing, antimongoloid slant of the eyes, epicanthal folds, large low set ears, broad nasal base, anteverted nostrils, and[] D-Dependent Rickets , Type 2A Vitamin D Hydroxylation-Deficient Rickets, Type 1A Wrinkly Skin Syndrome X-Linked Hypohidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia Zimmermann-Laband Syndrome[]

  • Parietal Foramina with Cleidocranial Dysplasia

    Osseous changes of rickets are usually recognized after several months of vitamin D deficiency (babies born to mothers with long-standing osteomalacia may be symptomatic at[] Additional features may include mild craniofacial dysmorphism (macrocephaly, broad forehead and frontal bossing). No dental abnormalities were reported.[]

  • Trichodental Syndrome

    Enamel hypoplasia has also been reported in vitamin D hypervitaminosis.[] Other possible signs are microcephaly, frontal bossing, and mild retardation. In this case, a 4 yo Hispanic male presented to UMDNJ.[] Vitamin Deficiencies Nutritional deficiencies may also account for structural defects of teeth.[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Osteopetrosis 6

    Grey V, Atkinson S, Drury D et al (2008) Prevalence of low bone mass and deficiencies of vitamins D and K in pediatric patients with cystic fibrosis from 3 Canadian centers[] She had a flat face with mild frontal bossing, small and deeply set eyes, and low-set ears.[] CYP27A1 2q35 Cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis 213700 CYP27B1 12q14.1 Vitamin D-dependent rickets, type I 264700 D B T 1p21.2 Maple syrup urine disease, type II 248600 D CLRE1C[]

  • Craniosynostosis

    Secondary craniosynostosis occurs in relation to a variety of causes: endocrine disorders hyperthyroidism hypophosphatemia vitamin D deficiency hypercalcemia haematologic[] However, over the first 6 months, the frontal and posterior bossing and ridge will become apparent.[] Craniosynostosis can be gene-linked, or caused by metabolic diseases, such as rickets (Vitamin D deficiency) or an overactive thyroid.[]

  • Bent Bone Dysplasia

    After 32 years of living with a misdiagnosis of “rickets”, “vitamin D deficiency ” and an overwhelming “I don’t knows” , we were able to name the enemy![] The most common nonlethal skeletal dysplasia is ______. 11 Rhizomelia, macrocephaly, trident hands, I depressed nasal bridge, frontal bossing, and mild ventriculomegaly may[]

  • Ulna Metaphyseal Dysplasia Syndrome

    Nutritional rickets Uraemic osteodystrophy Malabsorption syndromes Metaphyseal dysplasia Pseudo vitamin D deficiency Rickets Hypophospatemia Cystinosis Renal disease Never[] Heterozygous females are more mildly affected in this syndrome; the woman who was mother of 1 infant and sister of the other was 142 cm tall and had mild frontal bossing and[] Holder and Winter (1993) suggested that the disorder is X-linked semidominant: carrier females may exhibit mild dysmorphic features such as broad face, antimongoloid slant[]

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