hemihypertrophy


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hem·i·hy·per·tro·phy

[MIM*235000]
n. hemihipertrofia unilateral con desarrollo excesivo de la mitad del cuerpo.
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Congenital hemihypertrophy. Review of the literature and report of a case with special emphasis on oral manifestations.
The most common systemic symptoms include delays in developmental milestones, seizure disorders, coloboma, strabismus, muscle weakness, and hemihypertrophy. To date, there are six specific epidermal nevus syndromes identified: sebaceous nevus syndrome, nevus comedonicus syndrome, Becker nevus syndrome, phakomatosis pigmentokeratotica, Proteus syndrome, congenital hemidysplasia with ichthyosiform nevus and limb defects, and cutaneous-skeletal hypophosphatemia syndrome.
Hemihypertrophy and tibial and fibular pseudarthrosis are also encountered.
The deletion in this region in relation to hemihypertrophy (overgrowth syndrome) is novel.
In addition, she exhibits "crossed" hemihypertrophy with microcephaly on the left side of her face, including microphthalmia of her left eye and a notably larger left leg when compared to the right leg.
An MRI of the abdomen and pelvis performed revealed marked hemihypertrophy of the subcutaneous soft tissues on the right side at the level of the lower abdomen (Figure 2(a)); pelvis and buttock and thigh region (Figure 2(b)), which contain innumerable venous vascular malformations and varicosities.
Cheon et al., "Unusual thymic hyperplasia mimicking lipomatous tumor in an eight-year-old boy with concomitant pericardial lipomatosis and right facial hemihypertrophy," Korean Journal of Radiology, vol.
Manning, "Association of Wilms's tumor with aniridia, hemihypertrophy and other congenital malformations," The New England Journal of Medicine, vol.
Intraorally, angiomatosis can involve lips causing macrocheilia, resulting in hemihypertrophy of the buccal mucosa, palate, and the floor of the mouth.
Her past medical history included several complications of BWS, including a cystic pancreatic tumour (subtotal pancreatectomy in infancy), congenital hemihypertrophy with leg length discrepancy (osteotomy age 15), hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia, and bilateral optic nerve edema.
Multiple focal nodular hyperplasia of the liver associated with hemihypertrophy and vascular malformations.
Dorner et al., "Congenital hemihypertrophy and malignant giant pheochromocytoma-- a previously undescribed coincidence," European Journal of Pediatrics, vol.