Wiedemann, Hans Rudolf

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Wiedemann,

Hans Rudolf, German pediatrician, 1915–.
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome - see under Beckwith
Maroteaux-Spranger-Wiedemann syndrome - see under Maroteaux
Wiedemann syndrome - deformities in neonates caused by thalidomide ingestion during pregnancy.
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Significant changes in the chromosomal region 11p15 are reported to be associated with Beckwith Wiedemann syndrome, fetal over growth, or Silver-Russell syndrome (SRS) under growth (15).
Omphalocoele is frequently seen in the context of congenital syndromes, with multiple associated anomalies, such as Beckwith Wiedemann syndrome, cloacal exstrophy, OEIS complex (Omphalocoele, exstrophy, and imperforated anus, spinal), Cantrells pentalogy and trisomies.
Macroglossia is a clinical presentation which has an extensive list of possible causes such as haemangioma, lymphangioma, Down syndrome, Beckwith Wiedemann syndrome, hypothyroidism, acromegaly, neurofibromatosis, tuberculosis, diabetes mellitus, glossitis, polymyositis and idiopathic.