craniofacial anomalies

craniofacial anomalies (ənom´əlēs), congenital malformations of the skull and face, frequently associated with genetically transmitted syndromes.
craniofacial dysostosis
craniofacial templates, a series of cephalometric tracings of normal faces by age, sex, and race by which variations in the facial form of a patient can be determined and a treatment objective arranged.
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SIMS also uses path-breaking 3D prototyping for maximum accuracy in complex hip replacement and treatment of craniofacial anomalies.
Enter Santa Barbara-based, non-profit Look At Us Alliance which helps kids and young adults with craniofacial anomalies pay for otherwise out-of-reach medical care and surgeries.
Hillblom Distinguished Professor in Craniofacial Anomalies at UCSF.
Ophir Klein, MD, PhD, who directs the Craniofacial and Mesenchymal Biology (CMB) Program and serves as chair of the Division of Craniofacial Anomalies at UCSF, said that the scientists have known that Bmi1 is a central control switch within the adult stem cells of many tissues, including the brain, blood, lung and mammary gland.
Specialists in pediatric otolaryngology, anesthesiology, surgery, and audiology from the US and Canada address anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, etiology, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, evaluation, management, complications, and other aspects of acute and chronic otitis media, otitis externa, hearing loss and balance disorders, acute and chronic rhinosinusitis, epistaxis, airway obstruction in the newborn, stridor, laryngeal disorders, dysphagia, adenotonsillar disease and sleep-disordered breathing, congenital neck masses, infections, benign salivary gland disorders, malignancies, craniofacial anomalies, and trauma, as well as basic audiometric assessment, the EXIT (ex utero intrapartum treatment) procedure, special issues in anesthesia, guidelines, and medical error.
Garfinkle is a Portland orthodontist and one of the few dentists in the state who specializes in what are called craniofacial anomalies, which about one in 700 infants are born with.
However, studies show that children with special needs, including conditions such as ADHD, autism, Asperger's syndrome, craniofacial anomalies, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and muscular dystrophy are at a much higher risk for sleep disorders than children who do not.
Pathological aspects of diseases like tooth and craniofacial anomalies, tumors, chemical and physical injuries, allergic and immunological diseases, granulomatous diseases and collagen disorders are also covered.
The proceeds benefited the UNC Craniofacial Center, which serves patients who have cleft lip and/or palate and other craniofacial anomalies.
Associated craniofacial anomalies such as cleft palate, mandibular malformations and micrognathia (9) may make oxygenation and ventilation difficult.
It contributes to several conditions for which patients seek evaluation, including sleep apnea, congenital craniofacial anomalies, and aesthetic concerns.
The student is guided to see that it is she or he, not a disembodied other, who fears removing the feeding tube and caring for the dehydrating body, or struggles with feeling that enough medication to manage a dying person's dyspnea may also hasten that dying, or feels that money for a third heart valve replacement for a heroin-addicted patient should instead be spent on corrective dentistry for children born with craniofacial anomalies.