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67 Possible Causes for Mild Maxillary Prognathism, Schwalbe Line - Posterior Embryotoxon

  • Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome Type 3

    line (posterior embryotoxon); and the chamber angle: iris strands bridging the iridocorneal angle to the trabecular meshwork.[orpha.net] They include mild dysmorphism (hypertelorism, broad flat nose, maxillary hypoplasia, and mild prognathism), dental anomalies (microdontia, hypodontia, anodontia, oligodontia[glaucomatoday.com] Ocular abnormalities mainly affect the iris: hypoplasia, corectopia or hole formation in the iris mimicking polycoria; cornea: prominent and anteriorly displaced Schwalbe's[orpha.net]

  • Rieger Syndrome

    line (posterior embryotoxon); and the chamber angle: iris strands bridging the iridocorneal angle to the trabecular meshwork.[orpha.net] Facies: - Maxillary hypoplasia - Mild prognathism ... Teeth: - Microdontia - Hypodontia - Cone - shaped teeth ... Ear: - Abnormal ear ... Abdomen: - Umbilical hernia ...[ibis-birthdefects.org] They include mild dysmorphism (hypertelorism, broad flat nose, maxillary hypoplasia, and mild prognathism), dental anomalies (microdontia, hypodontia, anodontia, oligodontia[glaucomatoday.com]

  • Peters Anomaly

    AXENFELD-RIEGER SPECTRUM Characteristics and Genetics The Axenfeld-Rieger spectrum (ARS) is characterized by an anteriorly displaced, prominent Schwalbe line (posterior embryotoxon[glaucomatoday.com] M.Yanoff) A B Fig. 4-3-3 Posterior embryotoxon. Schwalbe’s line is evident nasally, superiorly, and temporally in the eye of this patient.[slideshare.net] […] displaced Schwalbe’s line visible at the corneal periphery, common and mostly benign.[reviewofcontactlenses.com]

  • Congenital Eye Anomaly

    line (posterior embryotoxon); and the chamber angle: iris strands bridging the iridocorneal angle to the trabecular meshwork.[orpha.net] Ocular abnormalities mainly affect the iris: hypoplasia, corectopia or hole formation in the iris mimicking polycoria; cornea: prominent and anteriorly displaced Schwalbe's[orpha.net]

    Missing: Mild Maxillary Prognathism
  • Retinal Degeneration-Nanophthalmos-Glaucoma Syndrome

    In Axenfeld anomaly, a prominent, anteriorly (centrally) displaced Schwalbe line (posterior embryotoxon) and iris strands are present that reach to the angle.[emedicine.medscape.com]

    Missing: Mild Maxillary Prognathism
  • Polyarthritis

    . [1] (Figure 1)Posterior embryotoxon is a clinical and histologic term referring to displacement of Schwalbe’s line anterior to the limbus in the cornea.[eyewiki.aao.org] In 1920, Axenfeld characterized the anomaly which bears his name when he described posterior embryotoxon and iris strands adherent to the anteriorly displaced Schwalbe’s line[eyewiki.aao.org]

    Missing: Mild Maxillary Prognathism
  • Glaucoma

    embryotoxon & (variably) iris strands adherent to Schwalbe's line, iris hypoplasia, focal iris atrophy, & ectropion uveae.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] anomaly Peters Plus syndrome : developmental delay, mild to severe ID, cleft lip, cleft palate Axenfeld-Rieger anomaly (anterior segment disorder) FOXC1 PITX2 AD Presents w/posterior[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Mild Maxillary Prognathism
  • Chandler Syndrome

    line Posterior embryotoxon PE is what type of genetic inheritance AD PE attachment of strands of peripheral iris tissue axenfield anomaly PE AA iris changes Rieger anomaly[quizlet.com] […] iris nodules mesodermal dysgenesis syndromes are a group of bilateral, congenital, hereditary disorders involving _____ anterior segment structures thickened ant. displaced schwalbes[quizlet.com]

    Missing: Mild Maxillary Prognathism
  • De Hauwere Syndrome

    line (posterior embryotoxon); Glaucoma; Displaced pupils; Dyscoria; Polycoria; Aniridia; Microcornea; Megalocornea; Strabismus; [Nose]; Broad nasal bridge; [Mouth]; Thin[genome.jp] […] arcuate ring, known as an "embryotoxon". [ 3 ] The iris is commonly adherent to the Schwalbe's line (posterior surface of the cornea).[research.omicsgroup.org] […] arcuate ring, known as an "embryotoxon". [8] The iris is commonly adherent to the Schwalbe's line (posterior surface of the cornea). [ citation needed ] Diagnosis One of[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Peters Anomaly - Cataract Syndrome

    AXENFELD-RIEGER SPECTRUM Characteristics and Genetics The Axenfeld-Rieger spectrum (ARS) is characterized by an anteriorly displaced, prominent Schwalbe line (posterior embryotoxon[glaucomatoday.com] M.Yanoff) A B Fig. 4-3-3 Posterior embryotoxon. Schwalbe’s line is evident nasally, superiorly, and temporally in the eye of this patient.[slideshare.net] […] displaced Schwalbe’s line visible at the corneal periphery, common and mostly benign.[reviewofcontactlenses.com]

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