Goldenhar syndrome


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oc·u·lo·au·ric·u·lo·ver·te·bral dys·pla·si·a (OAC),

, OAV dysplasia [MIM*257700]
a syndrome characterized by epibulbar dermoids, preauricular appendages, micrognathia, and vertebral and other anomalies.

Gol·den·har syn·drome

(gōl'dĕn-hahr sin'drōm)
A congenital syndrome characterized by ear, eye, and oral anomalies. Ear anomalies include auricular appendices, unilateral posteriorly placed ear, unilateral microtia, atresia of external auditory meatus, and blind fistulae.

Goldenhar,

Maurice, French physician, 1924-2001.
Goldenhar syndrome - a syndrome characterized by epibulbar dermoids, preauricular appendages, micrognathia, and vertebral and other anomalies. Synonym(s): oculoauriculovertebral dysplasia

oc·u·lo·au·ric·u·lo·ver·te·bral dys·pla·si·a

(okyū-lō-awr-ikyū-lō-vĕrtĕ-brăl dis-plāzē-ă) [MIM*257700]
Syndrome characterized by epibulbar dermoids, preauricular appendages, micrognathia, and vertebral and other anomalies.
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Fetal abnormality (Goldenhar syndrome) occurring in one of triplet infants derived from in vitro fertilization with possible monozygotic twinning.
A 5-year-old girl, 20 kg in weight and 114 cm in height, with Goldenhar syndrome was admitted in our hospital for electronic cochlear implantation surgery.
Goldenhar syndrome is a rare congenital anomaly which consists of various malformations involving face, eyes, ears, and vertebrae [4].
On the basis of these findings, a diagnosis of Goldenhar syndrome with pulmonary agenesis was made.
Goldenhar syndrome (7) is a congenital defect characterised by incomplete development of the ear, nose, soft palate, lip, and mandible.
Goldenhar syndrome (also known as oculoauriculo vertebral dysplasia and hemifacial microsomia) is a rare congenital disorder which manifests as ocular, auricular, dental, vertebral and systemic abnormalities.1
A 20-month-old patient with Goldenhar syndrome presented for a dispense with a refraction of:
Patients with Goldenhar syndrome exhibit a number of characteristic symptoms, including middle and internal ear malformations that may cause profound hearing loss.
Grade Special needs (all ages) Grades 1-3 Number of 7 1 students Diagnosis Usher syndrome, coloboma, Progressive high CVI, CHARGE syndrome, myopia, Goldenhar syndrome, nystagmus Duane's syndrome Grade Grades 4-5 Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 Number of 2 1 0 students Diagnosis Usher syndrome, Usher syndrome strabismus, astigmatism Work-readiness Grade program Number of 1 students Diagnosis Usher syndrome CVI = cortical visual impairment.
Hemifacial microsomia, also known as oculo-auriculo-vertebral spectrum (OAVS), or expanded "Goldenhar Syndrome," is the second most common craniofacial birth defect apparent in newborns.
Faith, "Visceral anomalies in an infant with the Goldenhar syndrome," Birth Defects, vol.