9 1 Digestive system Q38-Q45 (N=2) Macroglossia
The diagnostic features may include prolonged jaundice, umbilical hernia, macroglossia
, feeding difficulty, mottled skin, lethargy, hypothermia, edema, hypotonia, abnormal cry and hypothyroid appearance.
All experimental groups had fetuses having abnormalities like exencephaly, open eyes, sub cutaneous hemorrhages, macroglossia
, hyperextension of limbs and runt fetuses.
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, presence of tumours or other findings with increased oral tissue mass, tongue base processes, which hamper the performance of direct laryngoscopy (Cormack/Lehane grades up to 3[Degrees]), conventional intubation or the insertion of a supraglottic airway.
BWS is associated with increased growth within the first few years of life, manifesting as hemihypertrophy or macroglossia
, tongue propelling, mouth breathing and lip incompetency commonly seen in DMD patients.
Clinical signs depend on the organs involved and may include nephrotic syndrome, restrictive cardiomyopathy, peripheral neuropathy, hepatomegaly with elevated liver enzymes, macroglossia
, purpura, and an unexplained bleeding diathesis.
Osseous alterations Alterations in soft tissues Caudal displacement of the Macroglossia
hyoid bone Tonsillar hypertrophy Thickening of the lateral pharyngeal walls Hypoplasia and/or maxillary or Thickening of the velum and mandibular retrodisplacement uvular hypertrophy Arched palate Increase in pharynx length Deviated nasal septum Fat deposits in the neck Source: Authors.
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome was diagnosed clinically with the presence of an omphalocoele, macroglossia
and neonatal hypoglycaemia (i.
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1] They also have a prominent jaw, with macrostomia and macroglossia
BWS is a genomic imprinting disorder characterized by abdominal wall defects, macroglossia
, pre- and postnatal overgrowth, neonatal hypoglycemia, visceromegaly, and increased risk of developing cancer in childhood, such as Wilms' cancer, hepatoblastoma, neuroblastoma, adrenocortical carcinoma, and rhabdomyosarcoma.