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    Moebius Syndrome Professional

    Most cases are sporadic mutations, but an autosomal dominant transmission has been described (chromosome 13). [ 1 ] Risk factors Misoprostol, ergotamine, and chorionic villus sampling have be...

    Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita Professional

    Cytogenetic studies may be required Associated diseases Other problems can develop as a result of fetal akinesia: Polyhydramnios Pulmonary hypoplasia Micrognathia Ocula...

    Lentigo Professional

    A number of lentigo-associated conditions can occur: LEOPARD - lentigines, electrocardiographic conduction defects, ocular hypertelorism, pulmonary stenosis, abnormal genitalia, restr...

    Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension Professional

    Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension, Assessments are the same for glaucoma patients and those with - or suspected to have - ocular hypertension (see 'Ocular hypertension...

    Ocular Local Anaesthetics Professional

    Ocular Local Anaesthetics, Choice of anaesthetic in ocular surgery [ 8 ] The choice of anaesthetic in ocular surgery depends on the procedure, the patient and, to a less...

    Ocular Diagnostic Preparations Professional

    Ocular Diagnostic Preparations

    Conditions Affecting the External Eye Professional

    This is the wide separation of the medial canthi despite normally positioned orbits (contrast this with hypertelorism: the actual orbits are widely separated). This may be an isolated phenome...

    Treacher Collins' Syndrome Professional

    Other abnormalities ( cleft palate , colobomas of the upper lid, hypertelorism and mental retardation ) are infrequent. In severely affected patients the airway is compromised by the mand...

    Choroidal Melanoma Professional

    If it reaches a certain size or is in a sensitive location it causes visual disturbance and other ocular symptoms. Ocular symptoms Blurred vision. A paracentral scotoma...

    Toxocariasis Professional

    Eosinophilia is less common in ocular and occult forms. Serology may be positive (in the ocular form, test vitreous fluids for antibodies).

    Noonan's Syndrome Professional

    Facial appearance Facial appearance is the key to diagnosis but may be difficult to recognise in the neonatal period, especially when complicated by neonatal oedema. [ 6 ] The newborn has a tall...

    Inflammatory Retinal Diseases Professional

    There may also be hearing loss, dysacousia and tinnitus. The ocular symptoms are bilateral and may follow the non-ocular symptoms once the latter have fully resolved. , behcet&#...

    Myasthenia Gravis Professional

    Presentation Almost all MG patients will have ocular manifestations at some point during the course of their disease. Although ocular symptoms are often the first to appear, most ...

    Fetal Anticonvulsant Syndrome Conditions

    Wide spacing between the eyes, known as hypertelorism. Poor growth of nails and digits. Poor development of the middle of the face.

    Verteporfin and other Cytotoxics for the Eye Professional

    As with other conditions requiring these drugs, therapy is initiated and monitored by specialists. Ocular disease (non-oncological) Age-related macular degeneration : verteporfin (Vi...

    Albinism Professional

    Oculocutaneous albinism (OCA) affects the eyes, hair and skin, whereas only the eyes are affected in ocular albinism (OA). While most people with albinism have very light skin and hair, ...

    Congenital Nasal Problems Professional

    Adult patients with previously undiagnosed congenital encephaloceles may have experienced problems with rhinorrhoea or recurrent meningitis. Hypertelorism (eyes spaced wide apart) and a broad...

    Childhood and Congenital Hypothyroidism Professional

    Symptoms Feeding difficulties Somnolence Lethargy Low frequency of crying Constipation Signs Large fontanelles Myxoedema - with coarse features and a large head and oe...

    Cri du Chat Syndrome Professional

    Other typical features include: Microcephaly. Hypertelorism. Down-slanting palpebral fissures (downward slant to the eyes). Micrognathia.

    Alport's Syndrome Professional

    Several ocular abnormalities. It is a progressive disease that ultimately leads to chronic kidney disease .

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