Goldenhar syndrome


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oc·u·lo·au·ric·u·lo·ver·te·bral dys·pla·si·a (OAC),

, OAV dysplasia [MIM*257700]
a syndrome characterized by epibulbar dermoids, preauricular appendages, micrognathia, and vertebral and other anomalies.

Gol·den·har syn·drome

(gōl'dĕn-hahr sin'drōm)
A congenital syndrome characterized by ear, eye, and oral anomalies. Ear anomalies include auricular appendices, unilateral posteriorly placed ear, unilateral microtia, atresia of external auditory meatus, and blind fistulae.

Goldenhar,

Maurice, French physician, 1924-2001.
Goldenhar syndrome - a syndrome characterized by epibulbar dermoids, preauricular appendages, micrognathia, and vertebral and other anomalies. Synonym(s): oculoauriculovertebral dysplasia

oc·u·lo·au·ric·u·lo·ver·te·bral dys·pla·si·a

(okyū-lō-awr-ikyū-lō-vĕrtĕ-brăl dis-plāzē-ă) [MIM*257700]
Syndrome characterized by epibulbar dermoids, preauricular appendages, micrognathia, and vertebral and other anomalies.
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KEY WORDS: congenital abnormalities, ectromelia, farmworkers, fungicides, Goldenhar Syndrome, insecticides, micrognathism, pesticides, prevention and control, toxicity.
So how did Miller's child end up with such a rare disease when the genetic factors that supposedly cause Goldenhar syndrome were absent from both parents' DNA?
Ames and colleagues5 presented findings of 3DCT and virtual imaging of the airway in a patient with Goldenhar syndrome.
Congenital salivary fistula of an accessory parotid gland in Goldenhar syndrome.
It may occur as part of the Goldenhar syndrome, when the child will need to have a paediatric consultation.
Evie Small has Goldenhar syndrome which has left her deaf and with no facial nerves.
Oliver has Goldenhar syndrome and was born without auditory nerves.
RARE SYNDROME Goldenhar Syndrome is a complex combination of malformations which leaves babies with an underdeveloped face.
The Closer Amazing Transformation award went to Lauren Price, 11, from Bridgend, who was born with Goldenhar syndrome which meant she had a missing left ear and cheek bones.
She was born in the Middle East with the condition Goldenhar Syndrome - a condition affecting one in 500,000 births.
The brave youngster - who last year was named as a Sunday Mercury Wonderkid - found her voice thanks to a complex operation to remould her jaw which has given her the freedom to open her mouth Helen was born with a condition called Goldenhar Syndrome, which disfigures the bones and muscles.
She was diagnosed with Goldenhar Syndrome, which is believed to affect approximately 200 people in the UK.