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97 Possible Causes for Saber Shin

  • Late Congenital Syphilis

    shin (sharp-edgedanteriorlyconvextibia).[johnsarm.net] The first is a depressed deformity of the bridge of the nose (saddle nose), and the second is anterior bowing of the tibias (saber shins).[histopathology-india.net] shin Bilateral forward bowing of tibia is conclusive evidence for acquired, tertiary syphilis although similar changes can occur with congenital form Acquired syphilis affects[learningradiology.com]

  • Yaws

    Saber shin due to chronic untreated osteoperiostitis.[slideplayer.com] Chronic osteitis of the tibia can lead to saber shins.[emedicine.medscape.com] shins), and other soft-tissue changes (gummas, inflammatory cell infiltration).[rxlist.com]

  • Syphilis

    […] bones (saber shins) Inflammation and scarring of the cornea (interstitial keratitis) Glaucoma Deafness Developmental delays Related death in these children is most often[menshealth.about.com] Later manifestations of congenital syphilis include bone and teeth deformities, such as “saddle nose” (due to destruction of the nasal septum), “saber shins” (due to inflammation[emedicine.medscape.com] […] bony part of the nose (saddle nose) A protruding jawbone and foreshortened upper jaw A protruding frontal bone of the skull (frontal bossing) Swollen knees Bowing of the shin[menshealth.about.com]

  • Congenital Syphilis

    Shins".[pathwaymedicine.org] shin Bilateral forward bowing of tibia is conclusive evidence for acquired, tertiary syphilis although similar changes can occur with congenital form Acquired syphilis affects[learningradiology.com] shins, neurologic impairment, deafness, blindness Lab liver enzymes, anemia, monocytosis Diagnosis Serologic tests performed at birth may be negative.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

  • Periostitis

    shins), but it is a far less common finding in acquired disease. 9 Bone involvement often occurs in the long bones and can also be found in the skull. 9 Patients present[jucm.com] […] primary and secondary syphilis, with overlap occurring more often in HIV-infected patients. 8 Bone and joint pain is a recognized finding in congenital syphilis (known as saber[jucm.com]

  • Congenital Herpes Simplex

    shins ” (anterior bowing of the tibia ), painless arthritis in knees and other joints Neurological: cranial nerve defects, intellectual disability, hydrocephalus Diagnosis[amboss.com] […] hearing loss , and other abnormalities Skin: rhagades (perioral fissures ; when fissures heal and leave scars they are referred to as Parrot lines ), gumma s Skeletal: “ saber[amboss.com] […] syphilis (onset 2 years ) Facial abnormalities: rhagades, saddle nose , Hutchinson teeth , mulberry molars , frontal bossing ) Interstitial keratitis , Sensorineural deafness Saber[amboss.com]

  • Gumma

    […] bones (saber shins) Inflammation and scarring of the cornea (interstitial keratitis) Glaucoma Deafness Developmental delays Related death in these children is most often[verywellhealth.com] […] bony part of the nose (saddle nose) A protruding jawbone and foreshortened upper jaw A protruding frontal bone of the skull (frontal bossing) Swollen knees Bowing of the shin[verywellhealth.com]

  • Congenital Cataract-Hearing Loss-Severe Developmental Delay Syndrome

    shins ” (anterior bowing of the tibia ), painless arthritis in knees and other joints Neurological: cranial nerve defects, intellectual disability, hydrocephalus Diagnosis[amboss.com] […] hearing loss , and other abnormalities Skin: rhagades (perioral fissures ; when fissures heal and leave scars they are referred to as Parrot lines ), gumma s Skeletal: “ saber[amboss.com] […] syphilis (onset 2 years ) Facial abnormalities: rhagades, saddle nose , Hutchinson teeth , mulberry molars , frontal bossing ) Interstitial keratitis , Sensorineural deafness Saber[amboss.com]

  • Congenital Bowing of Long Bones

    shin Bilateral forward bowing of tibia is conclusive evidence for acquired, tertiary syphilis although similar changes can occur with congenital form Acquired syphilis affects[learningradiology.com] Nose-saddle nose Notched and narrowed incisors-Hutchinson’s teeth Periosteal reaction and new bone formation Especially proximal 2/3 of tibia shaft common late manifestation Saber[learningradiology.com]

  • Autosomal Dominant Osteopetrosis Type 1

    Thin cortices Generalised osteopenia Saber shins Skull radiographs reveal WORMIAN bones What is found on histology ?[brainscape.com] Multiple fractures leads to saber shin - appearamce of tibia Bowing of long bones What are the radiological findings?[brainscape.com]

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