The following Conditions are related to Forehead

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  • Faciogenital dysplasia

    Facial, limb, and genital deformities are common in faciogenital dysplasia, an extremely rare genetic disorder. In some cases, certain forms of cognitive impairments may also exist. Up till now, faciogenital dysplasia has only been linked to one gene, the FGD1 gene on the X chromosome. Treatment 1. Faciaogeny dysplasia treatment focuses on the distinctive symptoms that are present in each patient.  Read More

  • Salivosudoriparous syndrome

    According to the Medical Dictionary Database of 2010, salivosudoriparous syndrome is an autonomic disorder which occurs due to excessive sweating of the forehead, upper lip, perioral region or sternum that is successive to gustatory stimuli. It is also known as auriculotemporal syndrome or Frey’s syndrome. The most common symptoms of salivosudoriparous syndrome are as follows: 1. Spontaneous sweating in respo  Read More

  • Trapezoidocephaly-multiple synostosis syndrome

    Antley-Bixler Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that is primarily characterized by distinctive malformations of the head and facial (craniofacial) area and additional skeletal abnormalities. For example, the disorder is typically associated with premature closure of the fibrous joints (cranial sutures) between particular bones of the skull (craniosynostosis). Many affected infants and children also may have a prominent forehead, underdevelop  Read More

  • Weaver-smith syndrome

    A hereditary disorder called weaver-smith syndrome promotes rapid growth. Typically, symptoms in children begin before birth (prenatal onset). The main sign of the condition is rapid growth and bone maturation (maturation), which causes affected people to be taller than average. Other symptoms include intellectual impairment, tight limb muscles with poor coordination, and lax muscles in the core (hypotonia). Face and foot phys  Read More