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16 Possible Causes for Tinnitus, Variable Malocclusions

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    […] of variable degree and duration.[emedicine.medscape.com] CONCLUSION: Replicating previous work in tinnitus patients with TMJ complaints, classical risk factors for tinnitus like older age and male gender are less relevant in tinnitus[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] for a Putative Tinnitus Subtype.[journals.plos.org]

  • Microtia

    Facial asymmetry, malocclusion, facial nerve palsy, and macrostomia as well as thoracic deformities can also accompany MI.[symptoma.com] These include: tinnitus (ringing in the ears) nerve damage or injury hearing loss vertigo leaking of the fluid that surrounds the brain Your child may also be at a slightly[healthline.com] MI often presents as a mild form of GS and share the following characteristics: variable phenotypic expression, asymmetric facial anatomy, right side preponderance, male predilection[symptoma.com]

  • Congenital Velopharyngeal Incompetence

    Our findings qualify the variable relation between nasal obstruction and facial growth in line with Moss’s functional matrix theory, which stipulates that facial growth is[pocketdentistry.com] In extreme cases, patients with severe chronic tinnitus may consider suicide. Tinnitus can be classified into 2 types: subjective tinnitus, and objective tinnitus.[aetna.com] The array of occlusal and cephalometric changes was similar in these animals and the investigated children, whose various malocclusions were also probably related to individual[pocketdentistry.com]

  • Rare Arteriovenous Malformation

    […] and sometimes hemorrhagic shock following extraction of teeth. [8], [9], [10] The radiographic appearances of these lesions are variable, ranging from a small radiolucency[jomfp.in] Tinnitus. Unexplained neurological symptoms: feeling weak, losing your balance, dizziness, poor memory, experiencing numbness or tingling.[thelondonclinic.co.uk] They are frequently high-flow vascular malformations. [7] Clinically, they may present with minor gingival bleeding, dental loosening, lower lip numbness, facial deformity, malocclusion[jomfp.in]

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta

    The sclera have variable hues. In utero fractures are common. Limb shortening and progressive deformities can occur.[web.archive.org] Adults experiencing tinnitus (ringing in the ear) or symptoms of hearing loss should also have an audiologic assessment that includes a hearing test with air and bone conduction[oif.org] […] planus is also a common feature. 1, 3 Otologic manifestations of OI occur in approximately 50% of patients and include hearing loss, the most common problem, as well as tinnitus[jamanetwork.com]

  • Isolated Trigonocephaly

    There may associated FGFR3 mutation and phenotypic variability between generations is a common observation. Apert syndrome was described by Apert in 1906.[childneurosurgeon.com] […] otorrhagia 【耳真菌症】*otomycosis 【耳神経痛】*otoneuralgia 【耳神経帯状疱疹】【耳性帯状疱疹】*herpes zoster oticus[L] 【耳痛】*otalgia *otodynia *earache 【耳頭症】*otocephaly 【耳閉鎖】*otocleisis 外耳道閉塞 【耳鳴】【耳鳴り】*tinnitus[medo.jp] Apart from craniosynostosis this condition manifests maxillary hypoplasia, exorbitsm with hyperteleorism, and typeIII malocclusion. It has no obvious skeletal anomalies.[childneurosurgeon.com]

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type 15

    The affected persons’ posture, weight and size of the head are often abnormal and these variables may contribute to the development of the Skeletal Class III malocclusion.[nature.com] Additional features of OI include hearing loss of conductive or mixed type in about 50% of families, tinnitus, and vertigo.[ 3 ] Furthermore thin, easily bruised skin, moderate[edoj.org.eg]

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type 13

    The affected persons’ posture, weight and size of the head are often abnormal and these variables may contribute to the development of the Skeletal Class III malocclusion.[nature.com] […] planus is also a common feature. 1 , 3 Otologic manifestations of OI occur in approximately 50% of patients and include hearing loss, the most common problem, as well as tinnitus[jamanetwork.com]

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type 2

    The affected persons’ posture, weight and size of the head are often abnormal and these variables may contribute to the development of the Skeletal Class III malocclusion.[nature.com] Conductive or mixed hearing loss occurs in about 50% of families, beginning in the late teens and leading, gradually, to profound deafness, tinnitus, and vertigo by the end[ibis-birthdefects.org]

  • King Syndrome

    The presence of a myopathy associated with a predisposition to malignant hyperthermia suggests an autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance with variable expression.[zdoc.site] Tinnitus and Vertigo, New York: Nelson, p 280. 8.[noiseandhealth.org] Our patients had most of the characteristic phenotypical aspects, although unlike other reported cases, they had normal height and did not manifest dental crowding / malocclusion[zdoc.site]

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