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198 Possible Causes for Sunken Face

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type 4

    , which includes “protruding eyes, a thin nose and lips, sunken cheeks, and a small chin” (Ritter Rules for Aortic Diseases, 2010) An inability to donate blood and organs[] Facial dysmorphy When present, acrogeria is defined by characteristic facial features such an emaciated face with prominent cheekbones and sunken cheeks.[] […] there are a number of symptoms that can occur: Debilitating fatigue Fragile, thin and translucent skin with visible veins, especially over the chest and abdomen The vEDS face[]

  • Aethusa Cynapium

    Sunken face with well marked linea nasalis. Pulse is small, quick and hard. Herpetic eruption at the end of the nose.[] Pale, sunken face. Exhausted. ABDOMEN: – Cramping pain from milk. – Colitis. – Distention, irritation, after eating. RECTUM: – Diarrhea, esp. after milk.[] Pale, sunken face. Exhausted. ABDOMEN: - Cramping pain from milk. - Colitis. - Distention, irritation, after eating. RECTUM: - Diarrhea, esp. after milk.[]

  • Partial Acquired Lipodystrophy Associated with C3 Nephritic Factor

    The third edition of this well-received text provides a state-of-the-art treatise on modern clinical practice relating to hyperlipidaemia and lipoprotein disorders, conditions responsible for a huge amount of morbidity and mortality in Western countries and, increasingly, the developing world. The clinical evidence[…][]

  • Monosomy 1p36 Syndrome

    face with a nose that is broad and flat Pointed chin Aside from the prominent facial characteristics, many individuals with the syndrome develop behavioral and hearing problems[] Loss of hearing and vision Distinctive facial appearance Sunken eyes and face, straight eyebrows, pointed nose and chin, abnormally formed ears.[] face with a broad flat nose and an elongated area from nose to mouth, a pointed chin, and low-set ears that are rotated backwards and are abnormally shaped.[]

  • Chromosome 18p Deletion Syndrome

    * Small eye * Small feet * Small hands * Small head * Small lower jaw * Strabismus * Sunken chest * Tooth abnormalities * Wide-set eyes Prevention - Chromosome 18p deletion[] * Small lower jaw * Wide mouth * Down-turned corners of mouth * Large protruding ears * High frequency of dental caries * Small hands * Small feet * Sunken chest * Brachycephaly[] […] listed below: * Growth retardation * Mental retardation * Reduced muscle tone * Small head * Drooping eyelids * Epicanthal folds * Low nasal bridge * Wide-set eyes * Round face[]

  • Apert Syndrome

    Rizky's eyes are slightly side-spaced and bulging due to the shape of her skull and sunken face, which has caused them to be dry and infected.[] Prominent symptoms of Apert syndrome are abnormal growth of skull and face, high forehead, sunken face, bulging eyes and very low intellectual development.[] The bones of the skull fuse prematurely, causing the appearance of a sunken face, wide-set eyes, and beaked nose.[]

  • Denture Problems

    Over time this can lead to a sunken face and a set of dentures that don’t look natural. Hardly the outcome you had home dentures would have![] This explains why people with no teeth often have deep wrinkles around the mouth and a sunken look to their cheeks and lower face.[] In this case the lips turn towards the inside of the mouth, the chin and the cheekbone lifts, the face is sunken, the skin has more wrinkles which makes the overall look of[]

  • Cinnamomum Verum

    Face: sunken, sickly look; left side feels smaller. Nose: itching; bleed; rheumatic catarrh.[]

  • Veratrum

    The patient’s face looks pale and sunken . Face and limbs appear bluish.[] Face.- (Veratrum album) Face pale, cold, sunken, hippocratic ; nose pointed (Ars., Camph .) ; face bluish. Face is red while lying in bed, but becomes pale on rising.[] Face.-- Features sunken. Icy coldness of tip of nose and face . Nose grows more pointed. Tearing in cheeks, temples, and eyes. Face very pale, blue, collapsed, cold .[]

  • Williams Syndrome

    […] chest The face and mouth of someone with Williams syndrome may show: A flattened nasal bridge with small upturned nose Long ridges in the skin that run from the nose to the[] […] including being very friendly, trusting strangers, fearing loud sounds or physical contact, and being interested in music Short, compared to the rest of the person's family Sunken[]

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