Witkop syndrome

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tooth-and-nail syn·drome

hypodontia associated with absent or very small nails at birth.
Synonym(s): witkop syndrome

tooth-and-nail syn·drome

hypodontia associated with absent or very small nails at birth.
Synonym(s): witkop syndrome

Witkop syndrome

A rare autosomal dominant ectodermal dysplasia (OMIM:189500) involving the teeth and nails. Most affected individuals have normal hair, sweat glands and ability to tolerate heat, with variable defects in permanent and primary teeth.
 
Molecular pathology
Defects of MSX1, which encodes a homeobox protein involved in epithelial-mesenchymal signalling that has roles in limb-pattern formation and craniofacial development, cause Witkop syndrome.

Witkop syndrome

(wit'kop)
[C.J. Witkop, 20th-cent. Chilean dentist and oral surgeon]
Tooth and nail syndrome .
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Wiks et al., "Hypertension in four African-origin populations: Current 'Rule of Halves', quality of blood pressure control and attributable risk of cardiovascular disease," Journal of Hypertension, vol.
She had the radio tuned to WIKS 93.6 FM and was bopping to the new single by Taylor Swift.
The one-time host of WIKS 93.6 FM'S popular evening drivetime radio show, Aye Car-umba!, still remembers clearly the first time he heard the song.
Five hours after Ling's article appeared online, at the Daily Eyeball, Kimberly Ann Tien-Warrior sent Ling an email, tipping her off that she had found the registered article slip for something sent to Paul Daniels, care of WIKS 93.6 FM.
This includes ill health, family and community responsibilities (Andersen, 2011; Pechenkina and Anderson, 2011; Wiks and Wilson, 2015), financial issues (James, Krause and Jennings, 2010), cultural isolation and prejudice, language, literacy (Oliver et al., 2013; Oliver, Grote, Rochecouste and Dann, 2015), more responsibilities and dependents than non-Indigenous students, and a lack of family and other networks supportive of engagement with tertiary study (Bin-Sallik, 2000; Coolwell, 1993).
Seksuele terme soos: "wiks, spyker, bygekom, reggesien, pakgegee, bewerk, geraps" doen ook ietwat anachronisties (lees: daterend uit matriek van die sewentigerjare) aan.
Deputy Saskatoon police chief Dan Wiks then took the stand and was examined by his lawyer.
Under cross-examination, Wiks was forced to admit that he had lied to a Saskatoon Star Phoenix reporter when he was asked if he knew that the RCMP considered two city police officers as suspects in the Stonechild death.
"We will be going through the formal process of filing a complaint against, number one, not only the fact that they did no investigation, essentially, with respect to the death of her son, but more importantly, as Deputy Chief Wiks was ultimately forced to admit, that her consistent and ongoing attempts over the last 13 years, indeed even up to the inquiry, were successfully rebuffed by the Saskatoon Police Service in a very aggressive and, as it turns out, in a very untruthful way," he said.
of Ramsey, N.J., introduces the Wireless Interactive Keypad System (WIKS) an educational tool that allows multiple keypad users to communicate interactively with a host computer through RF wireless technology.
(88) In 1899, he made a number of recommendations for the town, including the planting of more trees, the construction of more boulevards, and the purchase of "at least ten acres of Dickson bush for a park and let it remain in its natural and native beauty." (89) Jaffray's concern for the preservation of part of Dickson's Bush was addressed in 1901, when Eugene Langdon Wiks (who was married to Florence Dickson's niece Pauline) donated 28 acres of land to the town for the creation of Victoria Park.
Table 2 Representative Errors of Patient's Oral Reading Responses to Printed Stimuli Printed Words Oral Responses alertly "alert" alkali "alike" instigator "intimator" unsociable "insatiable" expostulate "expotulate" plagiarism "plagaris" Printed Nonsense Words Oral Responses ab "ad" tash "task" wips "wiks" plen "pled" hets "hast" plon "plas" expram "expam" stabe "stade" telequik "tetequik" subscrate "lubcrate"