microsomia


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microsomia

 [mi″kro-so´me-ah]
abnormally small size of the body.

mi·cro·so·mi·a

(mī'krō-sō'mē-ă),
Abnormal smallness of body, as in dwarfism or as in a fetus.
Synonym(s): nanocormia
[micro- + G. sōma, body]

microsomia

[-sō′mē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, mikros + soma, body
the condition of having an abnormally small and underdeveloped yet otherwise perfectly formed body with normal proportionate relationships of the various parts. See also primordial dwarf.

microsomia

Abnormally small size of the body (which is otherwise normally formed).

microsomia

 Corporal smallness; somatic undersize

mi·cro·so·mi·a

(mī'krō-sō'mē-ă)
Abnormal smallness of the body, as in dwarfism or as in a fetus.
Synonym(s): nanocormia.
[micro- + G. sōma, body]

microsomia

abnormally small size of the body.
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First, hemifacial microsomia is caused by genetic factors.
Craniofacial microsomia soft-tissue reconstruction comparison: Inframammary extended circumflex scapular flap versus serial fat grafting.
Induced condylar growth in a patient with hemifacial microsomia.
Many studies have been undertaken in order to explain the mechanism behind hemifacial microsomia.
Microsomia hemifacial: Manejo multidisciplinario con distraccion osteogenica y ortopedia y ortodoncia maxilar.
Key features distinguishing the main differential diagnoses of VACTERL association Syndrome Features distinct from VA Fanconi anaemia Haematologic abnormalities, especially megaloblastic anaemia Pigmentation abnormalities, especially hyperpigmentation or Cafe au lait spots Propensity to develop malignancies Alagile syndrome Biliary duct abnormality Eye anomalies Facial abnormality Charge syndrome Choanal atresia Colobomata Growth impairment Ear anomalies Feingold syndrome Digital phalangeal abnormalities Microcepahly Cognitive impairment Typical facial appearance Oculo-auriculo- Microtia vertebral syndrome Hemifacial microsomia Neurocognitive impairment Deletion 22q11.
Hemifacial microsomia and treatment options for auricular replacement: A review of the literature.
Chate described the use of the propellant unilateral magnetic appliance (PUMA) in the treatment of hemifacial microsomia.
In 1992, McCarthy, Schreiber and karp applied this concept to treat hemifacial microsomia by distracting the mandible.
2) Other craniofacial abnormalities including craniosynostosis, hemifacial microsomia, lacrimal duct cysts, and hypertelorism have also been described in association with nasal dermoid cysts.
Washington, Mar 3 (ANI): Kids with a congenital disorder, known as hemifacial microsomia (HFM), are more likely to develop left-handedness, according to a new study.
beyond distal end of the ETT Perforation Right soft palate Soft palate Otolaryngology Surgically repaired Not stated intervention Sequelae Well healed at post Postpone surgery operative day 5 due to bleeding Author Choo (8) Cooper (7) Patient 62-year-old female 57-year-old female Co-morbidities Not stated Not stated Operation/ Ureteroscopy Facial scar revision procedure Relevant Not stated Hemifacial airway microsomia.