marfanoid

mar·fan·oid

(mar'fan-oyd),
A term used of those whose phenotype bears a superficial resemblence to that of Marfan syndrome.

marfanoid

/mar·fan·oid/ (mahr´fan-oid) having the characteristic symptoms of Marfan syndrome.

marfanoid

adjective Referring to a condition or trait that resembles Marfan syndrome.

mar·fan·oid

(mahr'fă-noyd)
A term used of those whose phenotype bears a superficial resemblance to that of Marfan syndrome.

mar·fan·oid

(mahr'fă-noyd)
A term used to describe those whose phenotype bears a superficial resemblence to that of Marfan syndrome.
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Subsequently, several anomalies were evidenced: narrow palate, pectus excavatum, recurrent hernias, arachnodactyly, general marfanoid physical aspect, and joint laxity with a high degree of elbow extension, besides cardiac and ocular anomalies.
A 28-year-old man with marfanoid habitus was admitted to our ICU with GBS.
Some marfanoid features were noticed as moderate thoracic kyphoscoliosis, moderate hypermobility of all joints and skin hyperextensibility, positive thumb and wrist signs.
Children with Shprintzen Goldberg Syndrome are often said to have a marfanoid habitus, because their bodies resemble those of people with a genetic condition called Marfan syndrome.
Another predisposing syndrome is multiple endocrine neoplasia type IIb, in which patients develop GI neurofibromatosis, medullary thyroid carcinoma, and pheochromocytoma and present a marfanoid habitus.
On physical examination, we detected no typical characteristics of marfanoid appearance or connective-tissue disease and no audible heart murmur.
A marfanoid body habitus and peculiar facies with everted eyelids, flat nasal bridge, and enlarged nodular lips are characteristic.
Hastaligin kliniginde marfanoid gorunum, mental reterdasyon, nobetler, goz anomalileri, vaskuler tromboz ve iskemi siklikla gorulur (10).
The Steinberg test for arachnodactyly, in which the thumb is adducted across the palm, was considered a possible indication of marfanoid habitus, if the thumb projected beyond the ulnar boarder of the hand.
Marfan syndrome was suspected owing to the marfanoid features of Akhenaten and his family in statues.
Unusual complications in siblings with marfanoid Phenotype.