Goldenhar

Gol·den·har

(gōl'dĕn-hahr),
Maurice, 20th-century Swiss-U.S. physician, 1924-2001. See: Goldenhar syndrome.
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That's to help with another rare condition she suffers: Goldenhar syndrome, which can affect the ears, nose and mouth.
Grade Special needs (all ages) Grades 1-3 Number of 7 1 students Diagnosis Usher syndrome, coloboma, Progressive high CVI, CHARGE syndrome, myopia, Goldenhar syndrome, nystagmus Duane's syndrome Grade Grades 4-5 Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 Number of 2 1 0 students Diagnosis Usher syndrome, Usher syndrome strabismus, astigmatism Work-readiness Grade program Number of 1 students Diagnosis Usher syndrome CVI = cortical visual impairment.
She explained that Jordan was born with Goldenhar Syndrome, a rare congenital defect, which causes certain abnormalities in the formation of the face and head.
Oliver has Goldenhar syndrome and was born without auditory nerves.
It may occur as part of the Goldenhar syndrome, when the child will need to have a paediatric consultation.
Colobomas can occur as an isolated congenital abnormality or as part of a syndromic setting, including CHARGE (Coloboma, Heart malformations, choanal AtResia, Growth and/or mental retardation, genital anomalies, Ear anomalies and/or deafness), VATER (Vertebrae, Anus, Trachea, Esophagus, and Renal), branchio-oculo facial, Meckel-Gruber, Walker-Warburg, and Goldenhar syndromes; Aicardi, basal cell nevus; and Trisomy 13 and 18.
Evie Small has Goldenhar syndrome which has left her deaf and with no facial nerves.
1) Those 2 cases were associated with Goldenhar syndrome, a hereditary disorder characterized by several abnormalities that affect the first and the second branchial arches.
James has Goldenhar Syndrome and had his 32nd operation in March.
It has specifically identified a disproportionate occurrence of Goldenhar syndrome in Gulf veterans' offspring.
Goldenhar syndrome is a well-known developmental anomaly of the maxillofacial skeleton and hemifacial soft tissue, and is occasionally associated with difficult airway management.
In this group, there were two intrauterine deaths and two neonates died in the postnatal period (one postpartum and one postoperatively, both with an additional prenatal diagnosis of cystic hygroma with a postnatal diagnosis of Noonan syndrome and Goldenhar syndrome).