acrogeria

ac·ro·ger·i·a

(ak-rō-jēr'ē-ă), [MIM*201200]
Reduction or loss of subcutaneous fat and collagen of the hands and feet, giving the appearance of premature aging.
[acro- + G. gerōn, old]
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acrogeria

(ak″rō-jēr′ē-ă) [acro- + Gr. gerōn, old man]
A condition in which the skin of the hands and feet shows signs of premature aging.
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Differential diagnoses are other ageing syndromes like Werner's syndrome (adult progeria), Cockyane's syndrome, Acrogeria, and Rothmund-Thomson syndrome which can be differentiated by their clinical features.
Some of the associated conditions can be remembered with the mnemonic MADPPORES: Marfan syndrome, Acrogeria, Down syndrome, Penicillamine, Pseudoxanthoma elasticum, Osteogenesis imperfecta, Rothmund-Thomson syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos (some forms), and Scleroderma.
The other causes of premature aging include progeria, acrogeria, Rothmund-Thomson syndrome and Cockayne syndrome.
(a) Other premature ageing syndromes include Rothmund-Thompson syndrome, myotonic dystrophy, Down's syndrome, familial Alzheimer's disease, Wiedemann-Rautenstrauch syndrome and acrogeria.