Herrmann syndrome

Herr·mann syn·drome

(her'mahn),
a multisystem disorder beginning in late childhood or early adolescence, with photomyoclonus and hearing loss followed by diabetes mellitus, progressive dementia, pyelonephritis, and glomerulonephritis; progressive sensorineural hearing loss is of later onset; probably autosomal dominant inheritance with incomplete penetrance.

Herr·mann syn·drome

(hĕr'măn sin'drōm)
A multisystem disorder beginning in late childhood or early adolescence, with photomyoclonus and hearing loss followed by diabetes mellitus, progressive dementia, pyelonephritis, and glomerulonephritis; progressive sensorineural hearing loss is of later onset; probably autosomal dominant inheritance with incomplete penetrance.

Herrmann,

Christian, Jr., U.S. physician, 1921–.
Herrmann syndrome - a nervous system disorder with photomyoclonus and hearing loss followed by diabetes mellitus, progressive dementia, pyelonephritis, and glomerulonephritis.
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There are a number of syndromes that must be considered within the differential diagnosis of clinical symptoms described in this patient, including Rapp-Hodgkin syndrome, Rosselli-Gulienetti syndrome, Hay-Wells syndrome, Bowen-Armstrong syndrome, Goltz-Gorlin syndrome, Odontotrichomelic hypohidrotic dysplasia, ADULT-syndrome, EEM syndrome, ODD syndrome, ECP syndrome, Roberts syndrome, Herrmann syndrome, and syndrome of Fontaine.