cherubism

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che·rub·ism

[MIM*118400]
n. querubismo, condición fibroósea infantil que causa agrandamiento de los huesos de la mandíbula.
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He said, "You've got Tom Jones Syndrome." I asked him if it was common, and he said, "It's not unusual." Boom, boom!
SHEEP Jul 23-Aug 23 YOU can't stop singing Delilah and The Green, Green Grass of Home - it could be Tom Jones Syndrome. It's not exactly common, but it's not unusual.
I call it the Corporal Jones syndrome - the Dad's Army veteran who was always shouting, "Don't Panic, Don't Panic", while doing exactly that.
Doctor: That sounds like Tom Jones syndrome. Rhys: Is it common?
Don't lose sleep over the Bridget Jones syndrome. Even guys get the post 30s blues
He said: 'That sounds like Tom Jones syndrome.' 'Is it common?' I asked.
They don't want to fall into the Bridget Jones syndrome and view their future through an empty wine glass.
"They don't want to fall into the Bridget Jones syndrome. They want to marry and have their first child while their complexions are still youthful and dewy rather than botoxed and filled."
" You've got Tom Jones Syndrome." " Is that common?" I asked.
The syndrome is transmitted as an autosomal dominant trait, in common with a number of conditions that are linked with Hereditary Gingival Fibromatosis (HGF), such as Zimmerman-Laband [Shah et al., 2004], Jones Syndrome, and Gingival Fibromatosis with hyper trichosis, although some recessive forms are also described in the literature [Coletta and Graner, 2006].