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Autosomal Dominant Non-Syndromic Neurosensory Hearing Loss Type DFNA


  • The native kidneys presented angiomyolipomas (AML), which are common benign tumours in patients with TS. Seventeen years after transplantation, he presented with abdominal pain, anaemia and a retroperitoneal hae ...[w1.tantalize.us]
  • The authors present telethermography as a complementary preoperative test.[610.tatter.us]
  • Patients presenting with cholesteatoma involving the tympanic cavity (mesotympanum, epitympanum, protympanum and/or hypotympanum), wi ...[59o.premonitory.us]
Hemophilia A
  • Persons or families with a history of a known genetic disorder, e.g., Huntington disease, cystic fibrosis, neurofibromatosis, muscular dystrophy, PKU, hemophilia or polycystic kidney disease.[www2.loras.edu]
  • Basel, Karger, 2000, vol 56, pp 84-96 (DOI:10.1159/000059085) McGuirt W.T. a · Lesperance M.M. b · Wilcox E.R. c · Chen A.H. a · van Camp G. d · Smith R.J.H. a Author affiliations a Molecular Otolaryngology Research Laboratories, Department of Otolaryngology[karger.com]
  • Smith, Richard JH; Sheffield, Abraham M; Camp, Guy Van (19 April 2012). Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss and Deafness, DFNA3. PMID 20301708. NBK1536. In GeneReviews Smith, Richard JH; Camp, Guy Van (2 January 2014).[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Van Camp G, Smith RJH. The Hereditary Hearing Loss Homepage. Available at hereditaryhearingloss.org. 2010. Accessed 12-29-11. Van Camp G, Willems PJ, Smith RJ. Nonsyndromic hearing impairment: unparalleled heterogeneity.[consilieregenetica.org]
  • Van Camp G, Willems PJ, Smith RJ. Nonsyndromic hearing impairment: unparalleled heterogeneity. Am J Hum Genet 1997;60(4):758–64. Smith RJ, Shearer AE, Hildebrand MS, Van Camp G. Deafness and Hereditary Hearing Loss Overview.[jamc.ayubmed.edu.pk]
  • Willems and Van Camp) from the University of Antwerp, a grant (to Dr. Van Camp) from the Nationaal Fonds voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek, a grant (to Drs.[nejm.org]
  • Written for practicing clinicians, this volume is an excellent reference for physicians, audiologists, and other professionals working with individuals with hearing loss and their families, and can also serve as a text for clinical training programs and[books.google.com]
  • Genetic HL: In the early 18 th century, William Wild, the Irish physician, discovered the inheritance of HL.[ijer.skums.ac.ir]
Cerebral Palsy
  • Sensorineural hearing loss in cerebral palsy patients), Acta Otorrinolaringol Esp, 2006, 57(7): 300-302. Nekahm D, Weichbold V, Welzl-Mueller K, Hirst-Stadlmann A.[yumpu.com]
Episodic Pain
  • Keywords febrile episodes, pain, renal amyloidosis, autosomal recessive inheritance, colchicine, marenostrin/pyrin gene Name of the disease and its synonyms Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) and periodic disease necrosis factor), Receptor-associated[slidelegend.com]
Night Blindness
  • During the second decade, night blindness and loss of peripheral vision become evident and inexorably progress. Three types of Usher syndrome are recognized based on the degree of hearing impairment and result of vestibular function testing.[consilieregenetica.org]
Hearing Impairment
  • Pfister MHF, Lalwani AK, X-linked hereditary hearing impairment, Audiological Medicin 2003, 1, 29-32. Prasansuk S. Incidence/prevalence of sensorineural hearing impairment in Thailand and Southeast Asia. Audiology 2000, 39(4):207-211.[yumpu.com]
  • , childhood-onset hearing impairment.[academic.oup.com]
  • Nonsyndromic hearing impairment: unparalleled heterogeneity.[consilieregenetica.org]
  • According to the pedigree chart (Fig. 1A), the hearing impairment and PPK is presumably originally inherited from his grandmother because his 54-year-old mother and 52-year-old uncle also had hearing impairment and PPK.[docksci.com]
  • Pediatrics 1999, 103, 3:546 Back to top Del Castillo et al 2002 A deletion involving the connexin 30 gene in nonsyndromic hearing impairment.[davinci.crg.es]
Hearing Problem
  • problem( 35 dB) for adults above 15 years.[ijer.skums.ac.ir]
  • Most individuals noted hearing problems 20–40 years of age, although actual age of onset may have been prelingual in some families. Study of a Dutch family revealed that about half of the mutation carriers also had caloric abnormalities 71.[academic.oup.com]
  • Semantic Scholar extracted view of "Intermittent self-limiting epistaxis: not always a triviality." by Gabriele Molteni et al. ... The issue of cochlear implantation in deaf children with associated disabilities is an emerging subject.[59o.premonitory.us]
  • It is a relatively rare condition, and can be misdiagnosed or neglected. Some causes of objective tinnitus are head and neck vascular malformations, or muscular myoclonus of the tensor tympani, stapedial, or palatal muscles.[59o.premonitory.us]


  • The case of an 11-year-old girl with an objective tinnitus lasting from 1 year is herein presented, and the diagnostic workup performed in this unusual case is described. ...[59o.premonitory.us]
Staphylococcus Aureus
  • Association between impaired IL-10 production following exposure to Staphylococcus aureus enterotoxin B and disease severity in eosinophilic chronic rhinosinusitis.[mita.iuhw.ac.jp]


  • Management A highly effective treatment is available: colchicine (1-2 mg/day, for life).[slidelegend.com]
  • The material is in no way intended to replace professional medical care by a qualified specialist and should not be used as a basis for diagnosis or treatment.[orpha.net]
  • Thirty-six states now mandate universal screening of newborns resulting in earlier identification and treatment. Hereditary hearing loss may also be progressive or adult in onset.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • You can help by adding to it. ( December 2017 ) Treatment [ edit ] Treatment is supportive and consists of management of manifestations. User of hearing aids and/or cochlear implant, suitable educational programs can be offered.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Confirmation of a clinical diagnosis through genetic testing of non-syndromic sensorineural deafness can allow for genetic counseling and may direct medical management and treatment options.[centogene.com]


  • Okada M, Iwasaki S, et al: The effect of initial treatment on hearing prognosis in idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss: a nationwide survey in Japan. Acta Otolaryngol Mar 31:1-4, 2017.[mita.iuhw.ac.jp]
  • Renal complications with inflammatory AA amyloidosis, are quite frequent and are responsible for the poor prognosis of the disease in the absence of treatment. Form II (very rare) is characterized by the initial appearance of renal insufficiency.[slidelegend.com]
  • Correctly diagnosing the specific cause of hearing loss in an individual can provide information on prognosis and is essential for accurate genetic counseling. The following is usually required: Family history.[consilieregenetica.org]


  • Genetic Counseling 19 (1), 15, 2008 12 2008 Deafness on the island of Providencia--Colombia: Different etiology, different genetic counseling MC Lattig, N Gelvez, SL Plaza, G Tamayo, JI Uribe, I Salvatierra, ...[scholar.google.es]
  • Genetics Evaluation Guidelines for the Etiologic Diagnosis of Congenital Hearing Loss. Genetic Evaluation of Congenital Hearing Loss Expert Panel. ACMG statement. Genet Med. 2002; 4(3): 162-71. 19. Morton NE.[ijer.skums.ac.ir]
  • Etiology FMF is an autosomal recessive hereditary disease. The gene (MEFV), localized to the short arm of chromosome 16, was identified independently and simultaneously in 1997 by two FMF consortia (one French and one international).[slidelegend.com]
  • Parry-Romberg syndrome (PRS) is a sporadic disease of unknown etiology with typical onset in childhood or in young adults.[68.penitentiary.us]


  • Chapters on epidemiology, embryology, non-syndromic hearing loss, and syndromic forms of hearing loss have all been updated with particular attention to the vast amount of new information on molecular mechanisms, and chapters on clinical and molecular[books.google.com]
  • Hearing screening—aspects of epidemiology and identification of hearing impaired children. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 1999, 49 (suppl 1):S287-292.[yumpu.com]
  • You are ( * ) If you have selected the “Other” category, please specify which type of user you are: * Email address: * Topic of your comment * Epidemiology data Summary and related texts Related genes Clinical signs Nomenclature and/or coding Your message[orpha.net]
  • […] heredity is not known. [9] Saunders et al demonstrated a prevalence of significant hearing loss of 18% in a group of school-aged children in rural Nicaragua with a familial history of hearing loss in 24% of the children with hearing loss. [8] Large-scale epidemiologic[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • OBJECTIVE To perform an extensive clinical and epidemiological characterization of our fibromyalgia patients. PATIENTS, MATERIAL, AND METHOD Two-year observational study in 3 primary care centers in Terrassa, Spain.[w1.tantalize.us]
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Age distribution


  • Its pathophysiology is not clea ... In this paper, we address the question of the nature of evolutionary forces that account for the oceanic planktonic larva period.[610.tatter.us]


  • Current statistics can be found on the Early Hearing Detection & Intervention (EHDI) Program Web site published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • Past studies have indicated the positive role played by the Iglesia Evangélica Filadelfia (IEF) in promoting rehabilitation and prevention of these practices.[w1.tantalize.us]
  • See the video Genetic Screening: The Ultimate Preventive Medicine (KCTS/Seattle, 1980).[www2.loras.edu]
  • Its mode of action is unknown but this molecule is able to inhibit attacks or prolong the intervals between them and also to prevent or delay the appearance of renal complications in 2/3 patients.[slidelegend.com]
  • WHO activities for prevention of deafness and hearing impairment in children. Scand Audiol Suppl 2001, (53):93-100.[yumpu.com]

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