Morquio's syndrome

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Morquio's syndrome

[′mȯr·kwē‚ōz ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
A hereditary disease transmitted as an autosomal recessive and characterized by large quantities of keratosulfate in urine, dwarfism, and a typical facies with broad mouth, prominent maxilla, short nose, and widely spaced teeth. Also known as Brailsford-Morquio syndrome; familial osteochondrodystrophy; mucopolysaccharidosis IV.
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Odiparcil has also the potential to address other MPS types, characterized by the accumulation of chondroitin or dermatan sulfate (MPS I or Hurler/Sheie syndrome, MPS II or Hunter syndrome, MPS IVa or Morquio syndrome and MPS VII or Sly syndrome).
The teenager uses the toy blocks to tell the story of his battle with degenerative Morquio syndrome - a harrowing condition believed to affect just 100 people in Britain.
The teenager uses the toy blocks to tell the story of his battle with degenerative Morquio syndrome -- a harrowing condition believed to affect just 100 people in Britain.
(6) is one alternative to purely objective evaluations, but it was created and applied specifically in a group of patients affected by Morquio syndrome and not used or confirmed for hand functioning in any other types of patient groups.
Cezy Fosca, who lives in Kilkenny, is one of only 10 patients in Ireland with Morquio Syndrome.
As reported in The Gazette over the years, Daniel was born with Morquio Syndrome - a form of dwarfism, which prevents his skeleton from growing as fast as his internal organs.
Salinas, "Oral findings in the Morquio syndrome (mucopolysaccharidosis IV)," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, vol.
Considering these facts, differential diagnosis like Faber's disease, Morquio syndrome, Scheuermann's disease, and JIA should be ruled out.
Sultan, who has Morquio Syndrome, hailed his arrival as "epic" and "every bit as good as I imagined it would be" after turning up in the ambulance, crewed by Jon Mannion and Neil Hadley.
The teenager has Morquio Syndrome, which affects his growth and causes progressive impairment throughout the body.
And this time, it's Dom, who has muscular dystrophy and Enola, who has a growth restrictive condition called Morquio Syndrome, who prepare to find their one true pup.