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439 Possible Causes for Pes Planus, Scoliosis

  • Marfan Syndrome

    Physical examination revealed a lens dislocation with strabismus, high palate, positive wrist and thumb signs, joint hypermobility, and pes planus.[] Patients typically have associated problems in addition to scoliosis.[] planus hallux valgus clubfoot chest wall deformities (present in up to 2/3 of cases 2 ) pectus excavatum pectus carinatum ocular ectopia lentis myopia cardiovascular aortic[]

  • Spondylocarpotarsal Synostosis

    planus, dental enamel hypoplasia, unilateral conductive hearing loss and mild facial dysmorphisms.[] […] related to the medical condition Congenital Scoliosis .[] planus, dental enamel hypoplasia, decreased range of motion or dislocation of the elbow, renal anomalies, and hearing loss.[]

  • Osteoporosis

    (H673fs)) in a 15-year-old patient whose SATB2-associated syndrome phenotype is accompanied by osteoporosis, fractures, progressive tibial bowing, and scoliosis.[] These include a short fifth digit, dentinogenesis imperfecta, hyperlaxity, hearing loss, pes planus, bunions, and blue sclerae.[] His scoliosis remains stable, but a minor progression of kyphosis has been noted in the last year.[]

  • Loeys Dietz Syndrome Type 1

    planus) Elongated limbs with joint deformities called contractures that restrict the movement of certain joints Disc degeneration Joint inflammation ( osteoarthritis ) in[] Thirteen patients had scoliosis, 12 had craniosynostosis, 8 had intracranial aneurysms, 6 had spinal instability, 3 had dissections of the carotid and vertebrobasilar arteries[] Additional history included mitral valve prolapse, inguinal and umbilical hernias, as well as scoliosis.[]

  • Sotos Syndrome

    When evaluating a pediatric patient for pes planus, delayed walking, and gait problems, the practitioner should consider the entire clinical profile and unusual etiologies[] STUDY DESIGN: This retrospective study reviewed five patients with scoliosis associated with cerebral gigantism (Sotos syndrome).[] Abstract Characteristics suggestive of connective tissue dysfunction have been described in Sotos syndrome and include joint hyperextensibility, pes planus, and a high arched[]

  • Mietens' Syndrome

    Type IIB - Distinctive facies, flexion and ulnar deviation of the fingers, vertical talus Type III (Gordon syndrome) - Cleft palate, finger contractures, clubfoot Type IV - Scoliosis[] Skeletal Feet: pes planus valgus Neurologic Central Nervous System: mental retardation, mild, some patients (iq 70-80) Skeletal Limbs: dislocated radial head elbow flexion[] Spine Scoliosis greater than 35 should be treated with spinal fusion and instrumentation.[]

  • Prata-Libéral-Gonçalves Syndrome

    planus Peters anomaly with cataract Peters anomaly Peters congenital glaucoma Petit Fryns syndrome Petty Laxova Wiedemann syndrome Peutz-Jeghers syndrome Peyronie disease[] Resources - Acrodysplasia scoliosis[] Pes planus Peters anomaly with cataract Peters anomaly Peters congenital glaucoma Petit Fryns syndrome Petty Laxova Wiedemann syndrome Peutz-Jeghers syndrome Peyronie disease[]

  • Friedreich Ataxia

    Learning Point Patients with FRDA can have several presentations including neurological problems, scoliosis or pes planus, or sometimes cardiomyopathy.[] scoliosis due to Friedreichs ataxia Lumbar neuromuscular scoliosis due to Friedreich's ataxia Lumbar scoliosis due to Friedreichs ataxia Lumbosacral neuromuscular scoliosis[] Similarly, foot deformities (pes cavus, club foot, pes planus) may significantly interfere with mobility in 55 to 90% of patients.[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 4

    Children may develop: A pronounced curvature of the spine (i.e. scoliosis or kyphosis) Cloudy corneas of the eyes A heart murmur Inguinal hernia Liver enlargement Loss of[] Clinical features include short trunk dwarfism, dysostosis multiplex, progressive spinal deformity, short neck, pectus carinatum, genu valgum, pes planus, and odontoid hypoplasia[] planus. [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8] The severity of bone and cartilage damage differs by the type of bone affected.[]

  • Turner Syndrome

    Scoliosis The incidence of scoliosis in TS patients was 0.69%, compared with 0.39% among non-TS patients.[] planus Flat feet Flat foot [ more ] 0001763 Prolonged QT interval 0001657 Ptosis Drooping upper eyelid 0000508 Scoliosis Abnormal curving of the spine 0002650 Short toe Short[] planus).[]

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