Gardner's syndrome


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Gardner's syndrome

n. síndrome de Gardner. 1. múltiple poliposis del colon asociado con riesgo de carcinoma del colon; 2. tumor de tejido blando de la piel.
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Gardner's syndrome may be seen with familial adenomatous polyposis, myotonic muscular dystrophy and Turner's syndrome (9,10).
Coy et al., "Multiple desmoid tumors in a patient with Gardner's syndrome - Report of a case," International Journal of Surgery Case Reports, vol.
(4) When osteoma is diagnosed one should not discard the possibility of Gardner's syndrome. Multiple osteomas of the facial bones are an important early marker for Gardner's syndrome.
A review of the literature with respect to peripheral Osteoma of the jaws but excluding cases located in the maxillary sinus and excluding Gardner's syndrome, revealed 69 well documented cases.11 In 1927, Ivy reported the first case of Osteoma involving the Condyler process.
Gardner's syndrome is an autosomal dominant disorder and a subtype of FAP.
One case report has suggested an association between Gardner's syndrome and the development of thymic epidermoid cysts [5].
Benign bone and cartilage-forming tumors--multiple osteomas in Gardner's syndrome
Osteomas of the condyle associated with Gardner's syndrome causing limited mandibular movement.
Epidermoid cyst polyposis coli and gardner's syndrome. Br J Surg.
Multiple lipomas have been associated with certain syndromes like neurofibromatosis, Gardner's syndrome, painful multiple subcutaneous lipomas and obesity syndrome called Decrum's disease, encephalocraniocutaneous lipomatosis, multiple familial lipomatosis, Proteus syndrome, and Pai syndrome [19].
(1) The primary form of osteoma cuffs occurs in about 25% of cases and is associated with certain genetic disorders such as Gardner's syndrome and Albright's hereditary osteodystrophy; it arises without a preexisting lesion?