Syringomyelia facial dysmorphysm
Syringomyelia and Bone Malformations in the Setting of Hypertrichosis Cubiti (Hairy Elbow Syndrome)
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Introduction: The hypertrichosis cubiti also named “hairy elbow syndrome” is a benign anomaly which occurs as an isolated sign but sometime it may be associated with others abnormalities including short stature, facial dysmorphism, developmental delay and bone anomalies.
Inheritance of Chiari-Like Malformation: Can a Mixed Breeding Reduce the Risk of Syringomyelia?
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Description:Facial features of three generation pedigree of F2 Backcross and F1 and F2 body conformation. Australian terrier Dam B has a longer muzzle which is well below eyes yellow triangle and upright ear pinna then the brachycephalic GB. Sire A has greater palpebral aperture so the eyes appear proportionally larger to the face. As expected for complex traits involved in body shape and hair-coat, all F1 hybrids ab showed intermediate forms of the parents. They had relatively longer muzzel with a less pronounced undershot jaw than their brachycephalic GB sire A.