perioral

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perioral

adj perioral
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* Cardiovascular dysfunction such as persistent tachycardia (> 160 beats/min) or bradycardia (<100 beats/min), poor peripheral circulation, hypotonia or circumoral cyanosis or pallor.
Consideration must be given to tense circumoral tissues and slow teeth movement while planning orthodontic management.
[10] An alternative and beneficial treatment in all types of myiasis, especially in cases that involve the circumoral and orbital region, is oral ivermectin.
Patients typically show a distinct physiognomy, initially also described as craniocarpotarsal dysplasia [1, 4]: contractures of musculature and soft tissues lead to characteristic circumoral fibrosis, microstomia, pursed lips, micrognathia, and a short webbed neck with severely limited range of motion.
For an average 70 kg adult, this was 0.4 mg/kg, way less than the toxic dose of 3 mg/kg for lignocaine where cardiac arrhythmias and other features of lignocaine toxicity ranging from circumoral numbness to seizures may occur.
The history of the patient revealed that a circumoral pigmentation had been detected at the age of 2.5 years and that the patient was referred to a department of pediatric gastroenterology when he was 4 years old at which time he was diagnosed to have PSJ upon findings during endoscopic investigation which revealed presence of three rectal hamartomatous polyps and ultrasonographic (USG) findings which showed multiple paraaortic, mesenteric, hypoechoic lymph nodes.
Though the circumoral pallor symptom was found associated with the child at the time of birth, the delay in the phenomenal representation of the disease is due to the low levels of progerin during the undifferentiated embryonic cells and is demonstrated after the levels are elevated [17,18].
On examination, the child was mildly icteric with a strawberry tongue, exudative pharyngitis and circumoral pallor.
Recruits have a well-formed mouth, delineated by circumoral ossicles (at approximately 19 days after fertilization) (Fig.
If a lamprey was an adult Ichthyomyzon, bicuspid circumoral teeth were counted (Table 1).
Overt and subtle signs of nutritional deficiency (e.g., angular cheilitis, macroglossia, etc.), rashes and skin abnormalities (e.g., circumoral pallor), respiratory and cardiovascular abnormalities, fundoscopic findings, and so on may all support parasite involvement.
(15) CFP is diagnosed clinically by a unique combination of acute gastrointestinal (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps and pain) and neurologic symptoms (generalized muscular weakness, lightheadedness, circumoral and extremity paresthesias and pruritus, hot-cold temperature reversal and other paradoxical dysesthesias, and painful or loose-feeling teeth) within a mean of five hours after consuming ciguatoxic fish.