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Patient Question: What are the signs and symptoms of 3C Syndrome?

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Glaucoma is a very common symptom of 3C syndrome. Other characteristics include the following: 1. congenital heart ailments 2. damaged nasal bridge 3. a case where the patient Dandy-walks 4. a prominent forehead 5. a high-vaulted palate or a narrow palate 6. eyes that are wide set 7. cleft soft palate 8. bifid uvula 9. ears that are low-set 10. a big-sized head 11. stunted mental development 12. defects on speech functions 13. abnormal number of ribs 14. a case called Simian crease 15. large fontanelle 16. lung disease (chronic inflammatory) 17. a mouth that's held open 18 anteverted nostrils 19. an abnormal-sized nose (small) 21. retardation of psychomotor skills..Read about:

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Patient Question: What are the signs and symptoms of 3-hydroxyacyl-coa dehydrogenase deficiency?

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With the onset of the deficiency, various symptoms start to show such as hypotonia, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy infections for children under the age of 2, or hypoglycemia which manifests after long fasts. Patients later acquire peripheral neuropathy and retinopathy. The HELLP (haemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, low platelets) syndrome could also show among heterozygous mothers. Diagnosis of the disorder can only be confirmed by specifying the mutation of the G1528C enzyme or by the measurement of enzymatic activities. For expecting mothers, there are available prenatal diagnoses which involve the use of amniocytes. Most of the signs of this disorder show during infancy or on the onset of early childhood. The most common that parents should take note of are: difficulty in feeding the child; lethargy or the lack of vigor; problems with the liver; eye abnormalities; muscle pains; and also nervous system abnormalities. Other reported cases also include feeling sleepy most of the time, nausea, vomiting, jitteriness, weakness, irritability and some changes in behavior. The most serious cases could lead to problems in breathing, coma, or even very sudden death...Read about:

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Patient Question: What are the signs and symptoms of 3M Syndrome?

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The major symptoms of 3M syndrome are dwarfism, radiological and facies abnormal conditions. Other symptoms and signs include: prominence of the muscles of the upper back; small chest area; stunted growth of a developing fetus; shoulder blades that protrude; shoulders that are squared; a short pinky; the heels of the feet looking prominent; hypogonadism; joints of the body become loose; abnormal location of the opening of the penis; abnormal birth weight (very low); a face that looks triangular; the bridge of the nose that appears sunken; bursting eyebrows; a chin that looks pointed; prominent mouth and lips; abnormalities of the skeletal system; just to name a few. It was also observed that the Russell Silver syndrome bears a few resemblances to 3M. Some less prevalent symptoms include crowding of teeth in children, cheeks that appear flat, and bent fingers...Read about:

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Patient Question: What are the signs and symptoms of 3-methyl glutaconic aciduria?

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The distinct traits of Type I include delay in speech and development (whether motor or mental skills); muscle tone abnormality or dystonia; spasms and spastic quadriparesis; and metabolic acidosis or the elevation of acid levels in tissues and blood. Barth syndrome's characteristics include dilated cardiomyopathy or an enlarged and weak heart; stunted growth; skeletal problems; neutropenia or infection due to insufficient number of white blood corpuscles. About 1 in every 200,000 male infants have the type II of MGA. Type III is characterized by optic nerve degeneration; problems of the nervous system; bad posture; some involuntary movements; and generally, a decrease in functions of the brain. 1 in every 10,000 births among Jewish-Iraqis have the Type III of MGA. Type IV shows varying symptoms which are similar to the characteristics of types I-III...Read about:

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Patient Question: What are the signs and symptoms of 47 XXY Syndrome?

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More often than not, the patients become sterile when they become XXY males. There is a slight chance, though, that reproductive aid may be given. There are also reported cases of impairment in learning verbal skills and this is often diagnosed when neuropsychological tests are done. Some males who are afflicted with this condition could also develop the so-called 'man boobs' or enlarged male breasts. About 10% of the known cases of gynecomastia would need surgery. Hypogonadism could also result once the extra X gene is acquired. This means that the patient would have testicles that malfunction. The most severe cases could even develop tumors and cancer cells where the male patients suffer from breast cancer...Read about:

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