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  1. ... be diagnosed antenatally by amniocentesis. Turner's syndrome Craniosynostosis History Exam 1st investigation Other investigations often associated ... be diagnosed antenatally by amniocentesis. Turner's syndrome Craniosynostosis History Exam 1st investigation Other investigations often associated ...
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  2. ... May be diagnosed prenatally by amniocentesis. Turner syndrome Craniosynostosis History Exam 1st investigation Other investigations often associated ... May be diagnosed prenatally by amniocentesis. Turner syndrome Craniosynostosis History Exam 1st investigation Other investigations often associated ...
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  3. ... INVESTIGATIONS Cervical spine x-ray: cervico-thoracic scoliosis. Craniosynostosis SIGNS / SYMPTOMS INVESTIGATIONS SIGNS / SYMPTOMS Cranial asymmetry resulting ...
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  4. ... x-ray would be indicated to rule out craniosynostosis if plagiocephaly is noted but features are atypical ... ray: cervico- thoracic scoliosis. • Cranial asymmetry resulting from craniosynostosis is not typical of that seen in congenital ...
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  5. ... Turner's syndrome. • Skull deformity is seen in craniosynostosis. The examination should also include the following elements. • ... Diagnosis • Skull x-ray may be performed if craniosynostosis is suspected; diagnosis of the condition is based ...
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  6. ... one eye. • Craniofacial and cranial dysinnervation syndromes and craniosynostosis may also lead to the development of strabismus. • ... g., Crouzon's and Apert's syndromes) and craniosynostosis, due to the abnormal orientation of the orbits ...
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  7. ... of Turner syndrome. • Skull deformity is seen in craniosynostosis. The examination should also include the following elements. • ... time. • Skull x-ray may be performed if craniosynostosis is suspected; diagnosis of the condition is based ...
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  8. ... syndrome DiGeorge syndrome (velocardiofacial syndrome) Turner's syndrome Craniosynostosis Congenital cytomegalovirus Congenital toxoplasmosis Congenital rubella Teratogenic drugs ...
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  9. ... healing musculoskeletal abnormalities are variable and can include craniosynostosis, retained primary dentition, facial asymmetry, pectus deformity, scoliosis, ...
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  10. ... hypoplasia, retrognathia, micrognathia, and congenital syndromes associated with craniosynostosis all reduce the aperture of the upper airway ... hypoplasia, retrognathia, micrognathia, and congenital syndromes associated with craniosynostosis all reduce the aperture of the upper airway ...
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