Items tagged “syndrome”

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Quadrilateral space syndrome

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Bita Abbasi
Published 11 Jun 2015
80% complete
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Millard-Gubler syndrome

Millard-Gubler syndrome, also known as ventral pontine syndrome, is one of the crossed paralysis syndromes, which are characterized by cranial nerves VI and VII palsies with contralateral body motor or sensory disturbances 1-3. Clinical presentation ipsilateral facial and contralateral body he...
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Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Mauricio Macagnan
Published 21 Dec 2016
80% complete
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Dorsal brainstem syndrome

Severe hypoplasia...
 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Manoj K V
Published 25 Jan 2017
77% complete
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Raymond syndrome

Raymond syndrome is a posterior circulatory stroke syndrome due to a lesion in the ventral medial mid-pons. It is an extremely rare condition, with only a handful of cases described in the literature. Clinical presentation Clinically, 2 subtypes have been reported 1: classic type abducens ne...
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Herlyn-Werner-Wunderlich syndrome

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Hamdy Mohammed Ibrahim
Published 20 May 2017
95% complete
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Babinski-Nageotte syndrome

Babinski-Nageotte syndrome is thought to be a brainstem stroke syndrome in between that of the hemimedullary syndrome (Reinhold syndrome) and the lateral medullary syndrome (Wallenberg syndrome) 1,2.  Terminology In many texts this eponymous syndrome is incorrectly used synonymously with hemim...
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Adie pupil

Adie pupil (also known as tonic pupil) is caused by idiopathic degeneration of the ciliary ganglion, which sometimes occurs following a viral or bacterial illness. It is usually unilateral and typically affects young females 1. Adie pupil represents a large dilated "tonic pupil", which does not...
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Klippel-Trénaunay-Weber syndrome

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Michael P Hartung
Published 07 Jan 2019
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CT
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Neurofibromatosis type 1 (mnemonic)

Clinical diagnosis requires the presence of at least two criteria to confirm the presence of neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) 1. These diagnostic criteria can be remembered with the mnemonic: CAFE SPOT Mnemonic C: café-au-lait spots (greater than six seen during one year) A: axillary or ingui...
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Yunis-Varón syndrome

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Fabien Ho
Published 09 Mar 2019
89% complete
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Multiple cerebral cavernous malformations

 Diagnosis certain
Dr James Harvey
Published 09 Sep 2019
98% complete
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DICER1 syndrome

DICER1 syndrome is a rare autosomal dominant disorder predisposing individual to the development of multiple tumor types. DICER1 is considered a tumor suppressor gene that encodes the endoribonuclease protein Dicer. The first association with pleuropulmonary blastoma was discovered in 2009. Ass...
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Van Wyk–Grumbach syndrome

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ammar Haouimi
Published 05 Dec 2020
77% complete
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