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90 Possible Causes for Tented Upper Lip

  • Atkin Syndrome

    Abstract We report two sisters with mental retardation, coarse facial features, telecanthus, flat malar region, prominent lower lip, kyphoscoliosis, and tapering fingers. Although these patients' phenotypes showed considerable overlap with the Coffin-Lowry and the Atkin-Flaitz syndromes, their overall picture makes[…][]

  • Smith-Magenis Syndrome

    Characteristic facial phenotype including tented upper lip, broad forehead, midface hypoplasia, short philtrum and upslant of palpebral fissure is obvious in the photographs[] upper lip, and a chin that is small in infancy and becomes relatively prominent chin with age.[] […] is characterized by a short flat head, prominent forehead, broad square face, upslanting eye slits, deep-set eyes, underdeveloped midface, broad nasal bridge, short nose, tented[]

  • Autosomal-Recessive Robinow Syndrome

    upper lip), hypoplastic external genitalia in males, and renal and vertebral anomalies.[] upper lip - Thickened / hypertrophic / fibromatous gingivae - Umbilical hernia - Undescended / ectopic testes / cryptorchidia / unfixed testes - Upslanted palpebral fissures[] upper lip Normal upper lip 10% mortality No excess mortality Skeletal malformations mentioned by Faith Tufan were present in this case, but we did not discover any renal[]

  • Psychomotor Retardation

    Common facial dysmorphisms include a thin upper lip, a tented upper lip, a triangular face, strabismus and microcephaly.[]

  • Congenital Nephrotic Syndrome

    These include: (1) small mouth (intercommissural distance 3rd percentile); (2) tented upper lip; (3) small nose (interalar distance -2 SD below mean); (4) fullness of cheeks[]

  • Muscular Dystrophy

    Facial weakness is common but without the characteristic ‘tentedupper lip appearance of the congenital form.[] upper lip (‘carp mouth’) appearance in congenital myotonic dystrophy.[] Affected infants have an inverted V-shaped (also termed ‘tented’ or ‘fish-shaped’) upper lip, which is characteristic of severe facial weakness and makes suckling difficult[]

  • Congenital Fiber-Type Disproportion Myopathy

    Facial weakness is often present, resulting in a long face, high-arched palate, and tented upper lip. Ophthalmoplegia and bulbar weakness can be seen.[] upper lip, poor lip seal when sucking, lack of facial expression, ptosis and restricted ocular movements) • Muscle fasciculation 18.[] […] disorders/maternal myotonia • Reduced or absent deep tendon jerks and increased range of joint mobility • Frog-leg posture or ‘jug-handle’ • Myopathic facies (open mouth with tented[]

  • Hyperphosphatasia-Intellectual Disability Syndrome 1

    upper lip.[] upper lip ( Figures 2 and 4 ).[] […] facial anomalies present in a patient with PIGV mutation consisted of wide-set eyes, often with a large appearance, a short nose with a broad nasal bridge and tip, and a tented[]

  • Hyperphosphatasia with Mental Retardation Syndrome 4

    upper lip, thin upper lip, cleft palate (in some patients), and bruxism.[] F yes Netherlands Caucasian - 0 - - HPMRS-1;GPIBD-2 At birth, features included a tented upper lip.[] upper lip ( Figures 2 and 4 ).[]

  • Allan-Herndon-Dudley Syndrome

    The face has distinctive features that evolve over time: open mouth, tented upper lip, ptosis, abnormal folding of the ears, thickening of the soft tissue of the nose and[] upper lip.[] Common facial findings that may be attributed to prenatal and infantile hypotonia include ptosis, open mouth, and a tented upper lip.[]

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