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in·fan·tile cor·ti·cal hy·per·os·to·sis[MIM*114000]
neonatal subperiosteal bone formation over many bones, especially the mandible, clavicles, and the shafts of long bones; it follows fever, usually appearing before 6 months of age and disappearing during childhood; familial cases are inherited as autosomal dominant.
Caffey diseaseAn autosomal dominant condition MIM 114000 characterised by fever, inflammation, swelling of affected bones (tibia, mandible, ulna and facial bones) and restlessness.
Caffey disease is linked to a mutation of COL1A1.
Caffey diseaseInfantile cortical hyperostosis Pediatrics An AD condition characterized by fever, inflammation,. swelling of affected bones–tibia, mandible, ulna and facial bones, restlessness
Caffey,John Patrick, U.S. physician, radiologist, and pediatrician, the father of pediatric radiology, 1895-1978.
Caffey-Silverman syndrome - Synonym(s): Caffey syndrome
Caffey disease - Synonym(s): Caffey syndrome