acrocephaly

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Synonyms for acrocephaly

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Kaddy Thomas with two-year-old son Elijah, who both suffer from Apert Syndrome.
a) Clinical diagnosis Cases, n Gene Mutations (cases, n) Apert syndrome 9 FGFR2 S252W (7) S253R (2) Crouzon syndrome 11 FGFR2 C342Y (2) S347C (2) C342S (1) C278F (1) S354C (1) D336G (1) Pfeiffer syndrome 6 FGFR2 C342S (2) A344P (1) C342R (1) F276V (1) Saethre-Chotzen syndrome 8 TWIST1 R116L (1) K145E (1) FGFR3 P250R (2) Plagiocephaly 36 TWIST1 R154T (1) FGFR3 P250R (9) Brachicephaly 22 TWIST1 N114T (1) R118L (1) R118H (1) FGFR3 P250R (4) Complex cases 5 FGFR2 C278F (1) Mixed cases 43 TWIST1 K145N (1) 221delC (1) FGFR3 P250R (1) Syndromic cases 19 (a) Apert, Crouzon, Pfeiffer, and Saethre-Chotzen syndromes are classic acrocephalosyndactyly syndromes.
In both Noack and Carpenter syndromes, the cranial and facial features are similar to those of Apert syndrome but the hands differ because of the presence of polydactyly.
Radhika Raj Nair, who has the mental age of a six-year-old, was born with Apert Syndrome -- a condition that prematurely fuses the skull so that it cannot grow normally.
Other conditions linked to older fathers include the most common type of blood cancer, nervous system cancer, dwarfism, Apert syndrome (a malformation of the skull, hands and feet) and Marfan syndrome, which produces defects of the eyes, bones, heart and blood vessels.
ca 1,2,3, 4,5,6,7 French materials ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME See: AIDS ACROCEPHALOSYNDACTYLY, TYPE I See: Apert Syndrome ACROFACIAL DYSOSTOSIS, NAGER TYPE See: Nager & Miller Syndromes ACROMEGALY See: Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia I; Pituitary Tumors ACTH DEFICIENCY See: Adrenal Disorders ACYL-COA DEHYDROGENASE DEFICIENCY, MEDIUM-CHAIN See: Fatty Oxidation Disorder ADDISON DISEASE See: Adrenal Disorders ADIPOGENITAL-RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA-POLYDACTYLY SYNDROME See: Laurence-Moon-Bardet-Biedl Syndrome ADRENAL CORTEX MALE PSEUDOHERMAPHRODITISM See: Adrenal Disorders ADRENAL DISORDERS National Adrenal Diseases Foundation 505 Northern Blvd.
Brave James Keyes suffers from Apert syndrome, a condition that affects just one in almost 200,000 children in Ireland.
The 20-year-old, from Gourock, Renfrewshire, has undergone 20 operations to correct Apert Syndrome, which restricts the growth of bones in his head and fuses his fingers and toes.
ca 1,2,3,4,5,6,7; French materials ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME See: AIDS ACROCEPHALOSYNDACTYLY, TYPE I See: Apert Syndrome ACROCEPHALOSYNDACTYLY, TYPE II See: Crouzon Disease ACROFACIAL DYSOSTOSIS, NAGER TYPE See: Nager & Miller Syndromes ACROMEGALY See: Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia I; Pituitary Tumors ACTH DEFICIENCY See: Adrenal Disorders ACYL-COA DEHYDROGENASE DEFICIENCY, MEDIUM-CHAIN See: Fatty Oxidation Disorder ADDISON DISEASE See: Adrenal Disorders; Adrenal Hyperplasia, Congenital ADIPOGENITAL-RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA-POLYDACTYLY SYNDROME See: Laurence-Moon-Bardet-Biedl Syndrome ADRENAL DISORDERS National Adrenal Diseases Foundation 505 Northern Blvd.
All because he suffers from a rare genetic condition called Apert Syndrome that affects one in 80,000 babies around the world every year.
See also: Apert Syndrome, Cleft Palate, Crouzon's Disease, Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome, Goldenhar Syndrome, Holoprosencephaly, Microtia, Moebius Syndrome, Nager & Miller Syndromes, Treacher Collins Syndrome