Parry-Romberg syndrome has similar characteristics, but there tends to be more extensive involvement of the ipsilateral subcutaneous tissue, calvarium, and orbit,  and facial hemiatrophy
is typical rather than the hemifacial cutaneous sclerosis that typifies linear scleroderma.
Three-dimensional imaging of progressive facial hemiatrophy
(parry-romberg syndrome) with unusual conjunctival findings.
The patient had not experienced any trauma and did not have any endocrinological problems, developmental anomalies, and/or systemic diseases such as Wegener granulomatosis, orbital metastasis, osteomyelitis, progressive lipodystrophy, or facial hemiatrophy
. The possibility of carcinoma in the pterygopalatine fossa was excluded by a FDG-positron emission tomography study.
It provided descriptions of Parry's Disease, now known as Grave's Disease or thyrotoxicosis, enlargement of the thyroid gland; the first recorded cases of Hirschsprung's disease, a birth defect that affects the nerve cells in the large intestine; and Parry-Romberg Syndrome, or facial hemiatrophy
, a rare disease characterized by progressive shrinkage and degeneration of the tissues beneath the skin (Hull 338).
, homolateral cervical linear sclerodema and thyroid disease.
Parry-Romberg syndrome (progressive facial hemiatrophy
Relationship with progressive facial hemiatrophy
Ellis-van Crevald syndrome with facial hemiatrophy
. Indian J Dermatol Venerol Leprol.
Parry-Romberg syndrome (PRS) or Progressive Facial Hemiatrophy
is classically characterized by a slow progressive degeneration (atrophy) of the soft tissues of half of the face (hemifacial atrophy).
INTRODUCTION: Parry-Romberg syndrome (PRS) also known as "progressive facial hemiatrophy
" is characterized by a progressive but self-limited atrophy of the skin and subcutaneous tissue on one side of the face.