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Most Children Become Wheelchair Bound Mutation in the GJA12 Gene Loss of White Matter Mild to Moderate Mental Impairment Poor Head and Trunk Control in Infancy Febrile Illness May Precipitate Attacks of Weakness Allelic Disorder to Primary Erythermalgia Episodic Skin Flushing Associated with Pain Episodic Reddish Discoloration Associated with Pain Episodic Rhinorrhea Episodic Ocular Pain Episodic Epiphora Episodic Rectal Pain Triggered by Defecation Autonomic Reflex Asystolic Syncopal Events Episodic Burning Pain Onset of Periodic Paralysis - 8 Months to 15 Years Bidirectional Ventricular Ectopy QTc Prolonged Copper-Beaten Skull Condylar Resorption Elongated Roots with Open Apices Stature (< 10th Percentile) Absent Second Finger Asymmetric Radial Dysplasia Stapedial Reflex Absent Hypotension May Occur Late in Disease due to Salt Wasting Cysts May Be Absent in Over 50% of Patients Renal Uric Acid Clearance Impaired Worsened by Immunosuppressive Therapy Frequent Skin Cancer Onset in Middle Age Keratoatrophoderma Gonadal Mosaicism May Occur Infants Show Normal Size and Appearance Small Irregular Carpals Severe Osteoarthropathy Limitations of Joint Function Lens Suspensory Ligament Abnormal Pseudoexfoliation of Lens Onset of Symptoms 2-4 Weeks of Age Male-to-Female Ratio: 4-4.5:1 Most Common Form of Bowel Obstruction in Infancy Visible Gastric Peristalsis Palpable Pyloric 'Olive' Nonbilious Projectile Vomiting Risk of Leukemia Increased Enamel Discoloration Screwdriver Permanent Incisors Good Social Contacts Muscular Weakness and Poor Growth Following Fever in Infancy Death in Teens Secondary to Cardiac Failure Dry, Scaly Skin Phalanges Expanded with Widened Medullary Cavities Nonspecific Muscle Fiber Atrophy Hypoplasia of Tooth Buds Most Common Autosomal Dominant Spastic Paraplegia Genetic Heterogeneity - See Senior-Løken Syndrome Type 1 Caused by Mutation in the IQ Motif-Containing Protein B1 Gene Mutation in the FGD4 Gene Microdeletion Is Approximately 1.5 Mb in Length Subtelomeric Deletion of 3q29 Universal Alopecia Disconnection of Keratin Intermediate Filaments from Desmosomes Suprabasal Clefting Progressive Generalized Skin Erosions Mitten Deformity Phimosis due to Epidermolysis Mature Adipocytes Surrounded by Edematous Interstitial Component Mature Adipose Tissue Enveloped in Collagenous Fibrous Sheaths Mutation in the CFH Gene Qualitative Complement Factor H Deficiency Complement Factor H Decreased Depletion of Components of the Alternative Complement Pathway Continuous Activation of the Alternative Complement Pathway Deposition of Complement Component C3 in Glomerular Basement Membrane Thickening of the Glomerular Basement Membrane on Renal Biopsy Severe to Profound Sensorineural Hearing Loss Caused by Mutation in the TRIO- and F-Actin-Binding Protein Thick Coarse Hair Thick, Arched Eyebrows Hypertrichosis (Back, Arms, Legs) Broad Finger Tips Thick Short Corpus Callosum Abnormal or Absent Meibomian Glands Poor Corneal Tear Film Progressive Thinning of Scalp Hair Balanced Translocation Carrier 46XY, +(11:18)(p13:q21)mat Clinodactyly of 2nd-4th Finger Branchial Pits Cleft Lobules Aberrant Skin Dimples (Elbows and Knees) Undulate Ribs Preaxial Polydactyly with Central Gap Pterygia of Elbows and Knees Mesomelia of the Lower Limbs Vertical Ischia Prominent Sacrum Absent Labia Majora Mutation in the Pyridoxamine 5' Phosphate Oxidase Gene Cerebrospinal Fluid Pyridoxal 5'-Phosphate Decreased