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  1. ... ECG: long QT syndrome Jervell Lange-Nielsen syndrome Craniofacial abnormalities (e.g., Pierre Robin's, Crouzon's, Apert' ... ECG: long QT syndrome Jervell Lange-Nielsen syndrome Craniofacial abnormalities (e.g., Pierre Robin's, Crouzon's, Apert' ...
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  2. ... ECG: long QT syndrome Jervell Lange-Nielsen syndrome Craniofacial abnormalities (e.g., Pierre Robin, Crouzon, Apert syndromes) History ... ECG: long QT syndrome Jervell Lange-Nielsen syndrome Craniofacial abnormalities (e.g., Pierre Robin, Crouzon, Apert syndromes) History ...
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  3. ... stress disorder (PTSD). Risk factors strong VIEW ALL   craniofacial abnormalities (obstructive sleep apnoea) Abnormal craniofacial structure, including maxillary ...
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  4. ... of patients with cleft lip/palate or other craniofacial anomalies: revised edition. Nov 2009. http://www.acpa-cpf.org (last accessed 23 Aug 2016). http://www.acpa-cpf.org/uploads/site/Parameters_Rev_2009.pdf ... Last published: 2009 Use of this content ...
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  5. ... some patients. foreign bodies Cause outflow tract obstruction. craniofacial anomalies Cause outflow tract obstruction. smoking Impairs normal mucociliary ...
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  6. ... nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18646015?tool=bestpractice.com craniofacial abnormalities Symmetry of the infant's face and jaw, ...
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  7. ... be noted that many thin, athletic people snore. craniofacial abnormalities Underlying skeletal anatomy may result in a narrowed ...
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  8. ... sub-groups of children such as those with craniofacial abnormalities, low muscle tone, Down's syndrome, or obesity. [ ... captured on PSG. Risk factors St ro ng craniofacial abnormalities (obstructive sleep apnoea) • Abnormal craniofacial structure, including maxillary ...
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  9. ... of these families and continued anthropometric documentation of craniofacial abnormalities in relatives of affected patients are required in ... of patients with cleft lip/ palate or other craniofacial anomalies American Cleft Palate- Craniofacial Association. Parameters for evaluation ...
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  10. ... a traumatic blast injury. Children with cleft palates, craniofacial abnormalities, or Turner's or Down's syndrome have ... 23] A co-existing diagnosis of cleft palate, craniofacial abnormalities, or Turner's or Down's syndrome increases ...
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