syndromology

syndromology

 [sin″drom-ol´ah-je]
the field concerned with the taxonomy, etiology, and patterns of congenital malformations.
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Hathout, "A medley of midbrain maladies: a brief review of midbrain anatomy and syndromology for radiologists," Radiology Research and Practice, vol.
Bienvenu, "CDKL5-related disorders: from clinical description to molecular genetics," Molecular Syndromology, vol.
Azzarello-Burri et al., "In-frame deletion and missense mutations of the c-terminal helicase domain of SMARCA2 in three patients with nicolaides-baraitser syndrome," Molecular Syndromology, vol.
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Anthropometric studies have been found useful in craniofacial surgery, otorhinolaryngology and syndromology. Perhaps by joining talents, physical anthropometrists and medicine and surgical clinicians will advance the field and improve patient care.[8] This study demonstrates that Cephalic index is determined by genetic and racial factors.
Perez de Nanclares, "Maternal hypomethylation of KvDMR in a monozygotic male twin pair discordant for Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome," Molecular Syndromology, vol.
Anthropometry for syndromology. Indian J Pediatr 1991 Mar-Apr;58(2):253-258.
Covering anatomy, physiology, syndromology, and instrument-assisted diagnosis, the book describes the latest research and advancements in surgical and dental management, speech development, genetics and multi-anomaly disorders, and cleft assessment, treatment, and management.