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269 Possible Causes for Triangular Facies

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  • Papillomas in Perioral, Nasal and Anal Regions

    facies, deep set eyes, broad forehead, prominent pointed chin, low set ears), skeletal defects, developmental delay, growth failure.[quizlet.com] […] criteria: Bile duct paucity on liver biopsy 3 of the following: Cardiac defects (pulmonary artery, tetralogy of Fallot), eye defects (posterior embryotoxon), facial features (triangular[quizlet.com]

  • Cree Mental Retardation Syndrome

    Abstract We describe three Canadian brothers of Cree origin, with a previously undescribed pattern of malformation including distinctive craniofacial abnormalities with triangular[wwww.unboundmedicine.com] […] genetics We describe three Canadian brothers of Cree origin, with a previously undescribed pattern of malformation including distinctive craniofacial abnormalities with triangular[semanticscholar.org] facies, hypertelorism, low‐set and posteriorly rotated ears, ocular colobomas, ptosis, brachycephaly with widely separated sutures, cleft soft palate, undescended testes,[scipers.com]

  • Grant Syndrome

    Facial dysmorphism is observed, with small triangular facies and normal head circumference.[emedicine.medscape.com] Age Clinical features are easier to identify in infants and younger children, particularly the small triangular facies.[emedicine.medscape.com] facies with prominent forehead, and several other anomalies.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Cataract

    She had a triangular facies, a prominent forehead, proptosis, a small nose, and a small jaw.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Mulibrey Nanism Syndrome

    facies, broad forehead & low nasal bridge.[hopkinsmedicine.org] […] face, hypoplastic midface, midface, long philtrum, philtrum, prominent lips, “gloomy gloomy facies” facies[yumpu.com] […] diagnosed with mulibrey nanism predominantly have prenatal growth retardation, failure to thrive, hepatomegaly and characteristic craniofacial features including scaphocephaly, triangular[hopkinsmedicine.org]

  • Rabson Mendenhall Syndrome

    Facies.[jdmdonline.biomedcentral.com] Acrochordons with protruberant abdomen and lipohypertrophy, C hypertrichosis, D Dental dysplasia with caries (younger age), E Fungiform Papillae of Tongue (younger age), F Triangular[jdmdonline.biomedcentral.com]

  • Antenatal Bartter Syndrome

    Dysmorphic features, including triangular facies, protruding ears, large eyes with strabismus, and drooping mouth may be present on physical examination.[clinicalgate.com] facies, characterized by a prominent forehead, large eyes, strabismus, protruding ears, and a drooping mouth have been reported. [10] After birth, infants develop polyuria[indianjnephrol.org] Amniotic fluid biochemistry shows normal sodium, potassium, prostaglandin levels but persistently increased chloride and aldosterone levels. [9] Phenotypic features such as triangular[indianjnephrol.org]

  • SHORT Syndrome

    Definition A rare, multisystem disease characterized by short stature, anomalies of the anterior chamber of the eye, characteristic facial features such as triangular facies[uniprot.org] facies anteverted ears telecanthus deep set eyes wide nasal bridge hypoplastic alae nasi chin dimple micrognathia clinodactyly partial lipodystrophy hearing loss functional[radiopaedia.org] She had a high pitched voice, lipodystrophy (particularly in facies, trunk and upper extremities), triangular facies, mild prominent forehead, deep-set eyes, prominent nose[questia.com]

  • Hyperextensible Joints

    Features: Head And Neck Microcephaly Triangular Facies Temporal And Frontal Bossing Ears Large Posteriorly Rotated Ears With Prominent Helices Eyes Hypertelorism Blepharoptosis[neo-genetics.com] Excessive traction on the tip of the following: Triangular facies, blue sclera, limb deformities, hyperextensible joints, hearing loss, regardless of the.[smj.org.sa] The facial appearance of patients with TS differs from that of RSS, particularly with regard to the shape of the nose and the lack of triangular facies.[nanopdf.com]

  • Ring Chromosome 15

    Russell-Silver and ring 15 syndromes share clinical features such as growth deficiency, triangular facies, digital anomalies, and café-au-lait spots.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The main characteristics of this syndrome include growth retardation (100%), variable mental retardation (95%), microcephaly (88%), hypertelorism (46%), and triangular facies[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The girls also had growth retardation, microcephaly, hypertelorism, triangular facies, and a 46,XY, r(15) karyotype.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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