dysmorphic feature


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dysmorphic feature

A nonspecific term for an abnormally formed body structure—e.g., ear malformation.
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Face2Gene facilitates detection of facial dysmorphic features and recognizable patterns of human malformations to present comprehensive and up-to-date genetic references.
01) included study group, dysmorphic features, working memory, and full-scale IQ.
Face2Gene facilitates the detection of facial dysmorphic features and recognizable patterns of human malformations from facial photos.
Talking about the computer program, Kent said, "It is a tremendous step forward in shortening the diagnostic journey that families embark on following birth of a child with dysmorphic features.
There were no dysmorphic features macroscopically and no congenital anomalies.
2) Typically, affected individuals have a normal birth length and no facial dysmorphic features.
The Waldrop Physical Anomaly Scale is currently the most widely used instrument for assessment of dysmorphic features (21).
Among the many features with which velocardiofacial syndrome (VCFS) may present, we review in this paper the literature on working memory deficits, dysmorphic features, co-morbid obsessive-compulsive disorder, early deviant behaviour, functional impairment, and early age of onset of schizophrenia.
Therefore, the careful assessment of subtle dysmorphic features of a patient with Polydactyly is key to making a correct diagnosis.
Routine ultrasound scans at twenty weeks gestation had shown a live foetus of normal size with no dysmorphic features.
Dysmorphic features, low APGAR scores at one minute, sepsis, meningitis, cerebral bleeding and cerebral infarction are associated with sensorineural hearing loss in infants admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit, a Dutch study has found.