Schmidt syndrome

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Schmidt syn·drome

[MIM*269200]
1. unilateral paralysis of a vocal fold, the velum palati, trapezius, and sternocleidomastoid.
2. the association of primary hypothyroidism, primary adrenocortical insufficiency, and Type 1 diabetes.

Schmidt syn·drome

[MIM*269200]
1. unilateral paralysis of a vocal fold, the velum palati, trapezius, and sternocleidomastoid.
2. the association of primary hypothyroidism, primary adrenocortical insufficiency, and Type 1 diabetes.

Schmidt syn·drome

(shmit sin'drōm)
1. Unilateral paralysis of a vocal cord, the soft palate, trapezius, and sternocleidomastoid.
2. The association of primary hypothyroidism, primary adrenocortical insufficiency, and insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.

Schmidt,

Adolph, German physician, 1865-1918.
Schmidt diet - used to subsequently examine diarrheic stools.
Schmidt syndrome - one-sided paralysis caused by a lesion of the nucleus ambiguus and the nucleus accessorius. Synonym(s): polyglandular autoimmune syndrome

Schmidt,

Johann F.M., German laryngologist, 1838-1907.
Schmidt syndrome - unilateral paralysis of a vocal cord, the velum palati, trapezius, and sternocleidomastoid.

Schmidt,

Martin Benno, German physician, 1863-1949.
Schmidt syndrome - association of primary hypothyroidism, primary adrenocortical insufficiency, and insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.

Schmidt syn·drome

(shmit sin'drōm) [MIM*269200]
Unilateral paralysis of soft palate, trapezius, and sternocleidomastoid.
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Inactivating mutations in the AIRE gene cause the rare autosomal recessive disease autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome type 1, a condition with a similar autoimmune profile to Down syndrome.
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The diagnosis of autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome type I is usually made later, when hypocalcemia due to hypoparathyroidism develops or Addison's disease is recognized in a young child.

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