Pierre Robin syndrome case report

1. East Afr Med J. 2000 Jun;77(6):343-4. Pierre Robin Syndrome: case report. Akama MK(1), Guthua SW, Chindia ML. Author information: (1)Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi, University Dental Hospital, P O Box 19676, Nairobi. A case of a female neonate with Pierre Robin Syndrome with frequent cyanotic episodes and feeding difficulties which could not be. We report a case of a fetus diagnosed with micro-retrognathism at routine ultrasound examination in the 22nd week of gestation. The diagnosis of Pierre-Robin syndrome was made postnatally. The possible differential diagnoses and the main complications of retrognathism are reviewed 1. Indian J Pediatr. 1967 Sep;34(236):332-4. Pierre Robin syndrome. Report of a case. Bhogaonker A, Sagor KB, Bhakoo ON. PMID: 5586620 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE

Pierre Robin Syndrome: case report

  1. Pierre Robin sequence (PRS) refers to the association of micrognathia, glossoptosis, and airway obstruction. Cases with severe dyspnea due to upper airway obstruction immediately after birth are very rare. We here report two cases with PRS who developed severe dyspnea due to morphological abnormality immediately after birth and were rescued by fiberoptic nasotracheal intubation
  2. The sequence is named after Pierre Robin, whose report was published in 1923 (earlier reports were in 1822). The reported incidence is estimated to be 1:8,500-14,000. 2,3 Williams and his colleagues have argued that not every child with a cleft palate and micrognatia is defined as suffering from PRS, but breathing difficulty is a necessary.

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Pierre Robin Sequence (PRS) patients are known for their triad of micrognathia, glossoptosis, and airway obstruction. Their airway can be a challenge even for the most experienced pediatric anesthesiologist. We report the case of a 9 day old 3.5 kg boy diagnosed with PRS, cleft palate, and a vallecular cyst with severe upper airway obstruction Our case of a 15-year-old child, which displayed a unique presentation of Pierre Robin sequence underwent surgical Correction procedure. Similarly, each case needs to be assessed clearly. Hence it is the responsibility of physicians and pharmacists to recognise. the disorder in time to provide the follow-up, therapy, and counselling

Pierre Robin syndrome is a congenital condition recently linked to genetic anomalies at chromosomes 2, 11 or 17. Often called Pierre Robin sequence, the disease is a chain of developmental malformations, each leading to the next. The condition is characterized by a smaller-than-normal lower jaw, a tongue that falls back in the throat and airway. Pierre Robin sequence in a patient with ectrodactyly-ectodermal dysplasia-clefting syndrome: a case report and review of the literature. Author links open overlay panel Steven E Johnson a Sherard A Tatum b Laura L T c. Show more. Share. Cite The main ocular manifestations found in the Pierre Robin syndrome are congenital glaucoma and severe congenital mypopia responsible for retinal detachment. Microphthalmia is infrequent. We report the case of a neonate with severe Pierre Robin syndrome and major microphthalmia documented by CT scan Anaesthetic management in Pierre Robin syndrome with bicuspid aortic valve: A case report - IJCA- Print ISSN No: - 2394-4781 Online ISSN No:- 2394-4994 Article DOI No:- 10.18231/j.ijca.2019.091, Indian Journal of Clinical Anaesthesia-Indian J Clin Anaest

Pierre Robin sequence is usually an isolated entity but in some cases can occur as a part of a syndrome. A high index of suspicion is needed to consider the diagnosis of Stickler syndrome in children with Pierre Robin sequence with ocular, skeletal and/or auditory abnormalities. Stickler syndrome requires a wider therapeutic approach when. In this paper, it is presented a psycho-pedagogical report for a Pierre-Robin syndrome diagnosed participant. The novelty aspect is ensured by the fact that the case study reflects specific learning difficulties regarding this syndrome; this syndrome is more often analyzed from a medical perspective

Pierre Robin syndrome

  1. Type V A: The hanhart syndrome B: Charlie M syndrome C: Pierre- robin syndrome D: Moebius syndrome E: Amniotic band syndrome CASE REPORT A 40 -year old female patient reported to the Prost - hodontics Department, Islamabad Dental Hospital, with the presenting complaint of ill-fitting removable partial dentures, owing to which she had difficulty i
  2. Pierre Robin sequence (PRS) is defined as the clinical triad of micrognathia, glossoptosis, and airway obstruction. Proper airway management is necessary during infancy because children with PRS frequently experience respiratory failure in early life [].There are some reports that a laryngeal mask airway (LMA) and the Air-Q® (Mercury Medical, Clearwater, FL, USA) are effective for airway.
  3. A Pierre Robin Syndrome with Absent Anterior 2/3 Tongue―A Case Report K. Surender 1 , K. Vasudev 1 , B. Balaram 1 , C. H. Vijay Raj 1 , Lingaiah Jadi 2 Abstrac
  4. Ischiospinal Dysostosis (ISD) is a complex and very rare medical entity. It is associated with kyphoscoliosis, dysplasia or aplasia of the ischial rami, segmental anomalies of the bony vertebrae, and peculiar facial morphologies. In this case report, we present a child with Ischiospinal Dysostosis and Pierre-Robin Syndrome. This case report is unique as we followed the patient for 13 years in.
  5. Pierre Robin sequence (PRS) is characterized by the triad of micrognathia, glossoptosis, and airway obstruction. PRS does not have a single pathogenesis, but rather is associated with multiple syndromes. This report presents the case of a 35-year-old woman with PRS and scoliosis

Case report of Pierre Robin sequence with severe upper

The Pierre Robin Syndrome (PRS) consists of a triad of anomalies characterized by micrognathia, glossoptosis and fissure of the palate, usually associated with other syndromes e occasionally associated with ocular variations. In Duane Retraction Syndrome (DRS), there is a failure in the lateral rectus innervation by the VI cranial nerve, with anomalous innervation of the lateral rectus by. The Pierre Robin syndrome is complex and associated with Pierre Robin, a French stomatologist. It has been observed in micrognathia, glossoptosis and respiratory obstruction in infants. This paper presents clinical and X-ray findings on a girl diagnosed as having Pierre Robin syndrome

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We report a case of a fetus diagnosed with micro-retrognathism at routine ultrasound examination in the 22nd week of gestation. The diagnosis of Pierre-Robin syndrome was made postnatally. The possible differential diagnoses and the main complications of retrognathism are reviewed Case report. Pierre Robin sequence in a patient with ectrodactyly-ectodermal dysplasia-clefting syndrome: a case report and review of the literature. Author links open overlay panel Steven E Johnson a Sherard A Tatum b Laura L T c. Show more

[Ophthalmologic manifestations of the Pierre Robin syndrome. Report of a case of microphthalmia]. Girard B, Saraux H, Lasfargues G. Ann Pediatr (Paris), 37(1):39-43, 01 Jan 1990 Cited by: 2 articles | PMID: 231696 Report of a Case A white female infant was born at St. Francis Hospital on March 1, 1966, with an Apgar score of 10. Her birth weight was 2,760 gm (6 lb 2 ounces). She was noted to have the following classical features of the Pierre Robin syndrome: micrognathia, glossoptosis, and cleft palate accompanied by slight respiratory distress and. This is a report of seven cases of Pierre Robin syndrome, four of whom had bilateral ocular disease. To our knowledge, ocular involvement is a hitherto unrecognized part of this clinical picture. Report of Cases Case 1. —This 2-year-old white boy weighed 5 lb. 7 oz. at birt Pierre-Robin Syndrome: A Romanian Psycho-Pedagogical Case Report . By Anca Maria, Carolina Bodea Haţegan and Dorina Tala. Pierre Robin Syndrome VasoplegicSyndrome BrugadaSyndrome Laryngeal Fracture Friedreich's Ataxia HELLP Syndrome Pediatric Obesity Myocardial Injury Achondroplasia Case Report A 87-year-old, 65 kg, 168 cm, Caucasian female presented with bilateral breast cancer schedule

In about 37% of cases, Pierre Robin occurs as part of a syndrome with multiple malformations. Pierre Robin sequence has been reported as occurring in association with Stickler syndrome (20%-25% of these cases), campomelic dysplasia, trisomy 11q syndrome, deletion 4q syndrome, CHARGE association , velocardiofacial syndrome , and Treacher-Collins. 1. Matthew R. G. Taylor, MD* 1. 2. *Division of Genetic Services, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO. The Pierre Robin sequence (PRS) describes a clinical triad of cleft palate, micrognathia, and glossoptosis. The condition is considerably more complicated than isolated cleft palate. Substantial respiratory and feeding problems may arise in affected individuals

Pierre Robin Sequence- Manifestation and Case Report

  1. ant condition commonly caused by new mutations (60% of cases), is characterized by micrognathia in 80% of cases, in association with malformed.
  2. Utilization of the Kirschner wire in Pierre Robin syndrome with case report. HADLEY RC, JOHNSON JB. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 01 Jun 1963, 31: 587-596 DOI: 10.1097/00006534-196306000-00010 PMID: 13951758 . Share this article Share with.
  3. Case Report Background: Pierre Robin sequence (PRS) patients have an increased risk of difficult in-tubation due to anatomical airway abnormalities, and intubation simulation with a three-dimensional (3D) printed airway model before anesthesia may facilitate safe airway management
  4. A child with severe micrognathia and cleft palate was born. It is noteworthy that the two patterns of craniofacial malformations in tamoxifen exposed infants—Goldenhar syndrome in Cullins' et al. case and Pierre Robin sequence reported here—have also both been observed in isotretinoin exposed infants

Case report of neonate Pierre Robin sequence with severe

The prevalence of cleft palate in Stickler syndrome patients is estimated at approximately 40%, and 24% of patients are born with Pierre-Robin sequence (PRS). 3 PRS especially is known to predispose patients to perioperative airway and respiratory concerns. 7 Further craniofacial manifestations in Stickler syndrome include midface hypoplasia, a. British Journal of Plastic Surgery (1981), 34, 309-311 6c) The Trustees of British Association of Plastic Surgeons 0007-1226181;'0198-0309 $02.00 Pierre Robin syndrome associated with hypoplastic femora-another case report R. M. SANDISON and J. S. JOHNSON Orthodontic Department, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Pendlebury and the Department of Orthodontics, Turner Dental School. Cleft lip and palate is a congenital deformity associated with maxillary sagittal and transverse discrepancies. Feeding is an immediate concern in children born with a cleft as it delays their normal growth. A feeding plate is essential for proper nutrition, and it has a role in craniofacial development and decreases the incidence of otitis media and nasopharyngeal infections Case Reports Fiber-Optic Bronchoscopic Guidance for Intubating a Neonate with Pierre-Robin Syndrome James G. Scheller, MD,* Scott R. Schulman, MD's Department of Anesthesiology, University of California, Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA. The Pierre-Robin anomalad features micrognathia, glossoptosis, and frequently a cleft palate

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Kant et al. (1998) described the Catel-Manzke syndrome in a female infant. The characteristic Pierre Robin sequence and deviation of the index finger, caused by an extra metacarpal, were described. This was said to have been the fifth female case; a total of about 25 cases had been reported to that date Usefulness of a Cook® airway exchange catheter in laryngeal mask airway-guided fiberoptic intubation in a neonate with Pierre Robin syndrome -A case report- By Eun Kyeong Choi, Ji Eun Kim, Sa Rah Soh, Chang Kyun Kim and Wyun Kon Par Toriello and Carey (1988) described findings in 4 children, 3 of them sibs, who appeared to have a previously undescribed multiple congenital anomaly (MCA) syndrome. The manifestations included agenesis of the corpus callosum, telecanthus, short palpebral fissures, small nose with anteverted nares, Pierre Robin sequence, abnormally shaped ears, redundant neck skin, laryngeal anomalies, cardiac. The u/PierreRobinSyndrome community on Reddit. Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place

Korean Journal of Anesthesiology (2013-02-01) . Usefulness of a Cook® airway exchange catheter in laryngeal mask airway-guided fiberoptic intubation in a neonate with Pierre Robin syndrome -A case report Pierre Robin syndrome: [ pyār ro-ban´ ] an autosomal recessive disorder characterized by smallness of the mandible, cleft palate , and often drooping of the tongue, backward and upward displacement of the larynx, and angulation of the manubrium sterni. Cleft palate makes sucking and swallowing difficult, permitting easy access of fluids into. complicated presentation of pierre robin syndrome--a case report PRS is a congenital condition characterized by micrognathia, glossoptosis , cleft palate, and laryngeal anomalies (1), and it causes feeding problems and respiratory complications

Pierre Robin sequence in a patient with ectrodactyly

Treacher Collins and Goldenhar syndromes. The Pierre Robin sequence consists of micrognathia and relative macroglossia with or without cleft palate. In the severe case, airway obstruction and feeding difficulties are present. Endotracheal intubation may be difficult, or in some case even impossible. We present a case report o We report a patient with Pierre Robin syndrome who also has scapulae of an unusual appearance and speculate that this anomaly may represent yet another skeletal change to be associated with this syndrome. We reviewed the literature and did not find this association described previously

Our experience with regional anesthesia in a case of Pierre Robin syndrome Ozkan Onal, Ali Saltali,Serdal Bozdogan, EmineCepni Kutahya and Jale Bengi Celik . Accepted Abstracts: Surgery: Current Research. Our experience with regional anesthesia in a case of Pierre Robin syndrome A retrospective review was carried out of 11 consecutive patients with the Pierre Robin sequence referred to a tertiary paediatric referral centre over a five year period from 1993 to 1998. Ten patients were diagnosed with significant upper airway obstruction; seven of these presented late at between 24 and 51 days of age. Failure to thrive occured in six of these seven infants at the time of. Case report Here are some images of the Pierre-Robin anomalad in a 19 weeks old fetus who was diagnosed after birth to have Treacher-Collins syndrome. Images 1, 2: 19 weeks; the images show fetal profile with micrognathia and prenasal edema. Image 3: 19 weeks; the image show normal upper lip of the fetus In case series of infants with Pierre Robin sequence, tracheostomy was required in 5.5-20.9% of patients and was frequently maintained beyond the first year of life [47, 51, 53, 114, 115]. Tracheostomy has been proposed for infants who have type II-IV pharyngeal obstruction defined by endoscopy without response to insertion of a.

Pierre Robin sequence: Case report and literature review. Agustín Tiol-Carrillo* * Especialista en Estomatología Pediátrica, Instituto Nacional de Pediatría. Profesor de tiempo completo en la Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Xochimilco. Profesor de Licenciatura y Maestrí A case is reported of a baby with Pierre Robin syndrome born at term with adequate lung maturity. The evaluation of fetal lung maturity before birth by means of the lecithin/sphingomyelin ratio and foam test in the amiotic fluid revealed immaturity of the lungs

orphan a nesthesia 1 Anaesthesia recommendations for Pierre Robin sequence Disease name: Pierre Robin sequence ICD 10: Q87.0 Synonyms: Pierre Robin Syndrome, Anomalad, Complex, Deformity, Triad Disease summary: A diagnosis of Pierre Robin sequence (PRS) is established when a patient exhibits the three clinical hallmarks of microganthia (small mandible), glossoptosi The Pierre Robin condition was first described as a syndrome, then later, termed as an anomalad, and currently, is known as the Pierre Robin sequence, denoting that there are a sequence of events involved that characterize the breathing and feeding problems associated with this condition. As you are well aware, the oral cavity, pharynx and. Dentitia Praecox - Natal Teeth: A Case Report and Review Akash Ardeshana 21, Seema Bargale 3, Anuradha Karri , Bhavna Dave 4 1,3 Post Graduate Student, 2,4 Professor, Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, Sotos syndrome, Pierre- Robin syndrome, Polydactyly type II, Walker-Warburg syndrome, and Pallister-Hall syndrome.10 1

[Ophthalmologic manifestations of the Pierre Robin

Pierre Robin sequence Treacher Collins syndrome This is reflected in numerous case reports citing a wide variety of strategies to successfully manage the difficult airway. Pierre Robin sequence (PRS) is characterized by the presence of the clinical triad of micrognathia, glossoptosis, and a U- or V-shaped cleft palate.. Management of Respiration by Arranging Tongue Position with a Modified Feeding Plate on a Pierre Robin Syndrome Patient: Case Report. In this case report, glossoptosis treatment of a newborn with PRS and her preparation for palatoplasty with a conservative method is presented Case Report Airway Management in Neonates with Pierre Robin Syndrome along with Mobius Syndrome and Platoglossal Fusion Author(s): Waleed Elmatite, Nadine Haykal, Surjya Upadhyay, Micheal Pizzuto and Stacey Watt Waleed Elmatite, Nadine Haykal, Surjya Upadhyay, Micheal Pizzuto and Stacey Watt Pierre Robin Syndrome is a rare congenital syndrome presenting challenges of airway management not only. In this paper we report the case of a preterm infant with micrognathia and pulmonary hypoplasia who presented abnormal fetal movements. it is considered a component of Pierre-Robin syndrome (PRS) Marres HA: Diagnosis and treatment of the Pierre Robin sequence: results of a retrospective clinical study and review of the literature. Eur J.

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A 3-month-old infant is referred to physical therapy for hypotonia. The infant was recently diagnosed by the geneticist with Pierre Robin syndrome. His mother reports no difficulty with the pregnancy or delivery. The infant has a history of difficulty feeding due to micrognathia We present a case report of such a conditio n in an infant undergoing early cleft palate repair. CASE REPORT An 8-month-old, 8.5-kg girl with Pierre-Robin syndrome was admitted for repair of cleft palate. She had been delivered vaginally after prolonged labour. Difficulty with breathing at birth neces-sitated insertion of a nasopharyngea l. Abstract Background Pierre-Robin sequence (PRS) is defined by micro- and/or retrognathia, glossoptosis and cleft soft palate, either caused by deformational defect or part of a malformation syndrome. Neurofibromatosis type 2 (NF2) is an autosomal dominant syndrome caused by mutations in the NF2 gene on chromosome 22q12.2

Stickler syndrome: a possible presentation of Pierre Robin

Case report This is a second trimester fetus with Turners syndrome. The mother was referred to us because of the fetal cystic hygroma, and we also noticed edema of the dorsal aspect of the feet and hands. A mild pyelectasia and dilatation of the ureters were present too Case Reports | May 1993. Digitally Assisted Tracheal Intubation in a Neonate with Pierre Robin Syndrome Paul T. Sutera, M.D.; endotracheal intubation, newborn, pierre robin syndrome. This content is only available via PDF. Article PDF first page preview. Close Modal. Laryngeal mask airway is preferred in neonatal resuscitation in babies with Pierre Robin syndrome. Intubation is difficult because of the anotomical structure of these anomalies. On the other hand, LMA cannot be used for longer durations because of the decreased perfusion of the pharyngeal mucosa and the risk of pharyngolaryngeal morbidity (5) CASE REPORTS. The parents of the four sibs described in this report are non-consanguineous, healthy Europeans. Two other pregnancies had ended with a first trimester miscarriage. They also have two healthy daughters. The first sib was a male newborn, who died a few minutes after birth at 35 weeks gestation title = First reported adult patient with TARP syndrome: A case report, keywords = Pierre Robin syndrome, RBM10, RNA-binding proteins, TARP syndrome, clubfoot, heart septal defects, congenital, intellectual disability, mental retardation, X-linked, scoliosis

Pierre Robin syndrome. Newborn micrognathia. Also called Pierre Robin sequence. micrognathia; Fukushima K & Wake N. (2010). Abnormal fetal movements, micrognathia and pulmonary hypoplasia: a case report. Abnormal fetal movements. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth , 10, 46. PMID: 20716376 DOI Pierre-Robin sequence (PRS) is defined by micro- and/or retrognathia, glossoptosis and cleft soft palate, either caused by deformational defect or part of a malformation syndrome. Neurofibromatosis type 2 (NF2) is an autosomal dominant syndrome caused by mutations in the NF2 gene on chromosome 22q12.2. NF2 is characterized by bilateral vestibular schwannomas, spinal cord schwannomas. (A ) Nine-month-old infant with Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome presenting features associated with Pierre Robin sequence, including micrognathia, cleft palate (B ), and pseudomacroglossia. In this series, one anesthesiologist administered all of the anesthetics and performed all of the endotracheal intubations, with the exception of one ( table 2 )

GERD and pharyngeal and esophageal dysmotility can lead to an increased risk of aspiration, which has been noted in a case report. 10 . Immunodeficiency Risks T-cell immunodeficiency is typical of the DiGeorge Syndrome, and is the result of thymic hypoplasia. It is present in about 17% of patients with 22qDS Sir, I read the case report by Dr. Patra with interest. I congratulate the author for his innovative technique that achieved an awake blind nasal intubation in an infant with Pierre Robin syndrome after previously failed intubation attempts

The triad of micrognathia, glossoptosis and airway obstruction originally described in 1923 by Pierre Robin, is known as Robin sequence (or Pierre robin sequence PRS). PRS is characterized by micrognathia (small and symmetrical receded mandible), glossoptosis (tongue of variable size falls backwards into the post pharyngeal wall), and cleft palate (U or V shaped) The Pierre‐Robin Syndrome (PRS) is a rare congenital abnormality, with an approximately 1/30,000 estimated rate, characterized by the presence of the combination of mandibular hypoplasia (micrognathia or small jaw), glossoptosis (retrusion of the tongue into the pharyngeal airway) and, often, a posterior cleft of the secondary palate. We describe a case of first‐trimester diagnosis of. a true sagittal facial image would show a receding chin. the facial profile view is most useful in evaluating the mandibular size. Micrognathia is often a subjective finding best appreciated on a midline sagittal view. Parameters used for objective measurement include: jaw index: (mandibular anteroposterior diameter/biparietal diameter) x 100 Pierre Robin sequence (PRS) presents with the association of micrognathia, glossoptosis, and airway obstruction, this condition occurs at birth, and cannot be acquired in later developmental stages. COMPLICATED PRESENTATION OF PIERRE ROBIN SYNDROME--A CASE REPORT. Also, the DECIPHER (GRCh37).

The terms Pierre Robin syndrome/sequence, micrognathia, retrognathia, and cleft palate were combined with airway obstruction, treatment, tongue-lip plication, and osteogenesis distraction to perform an Ovid literature search, yielding 341 references. The authors excluded references containing patients with isolated choanal/nasal obstruction. Pierre Robin Syndrome: It is a congenital disorder with a facial malformation. This syndrome is a genetic anomaly of chromosomes 2 and 11. Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome: Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome is caused due to depletion in chromosome 4 where distinct facial abnormalities can be noticed causing micrognathia. Progeria as a Cause of Micrognathia: It is a rare genetic medical condition that involves. Pierre Robin Sequence (sometimes referred to as Pierre Robin Syndrome) is a common variation of simple cleft palate. The baby has a combination of cleft palate, a small underdeveloped lower jaw (retrognathia) and a falling of the tongue into the back of the mouth (glossoptosis). This never occurs in combination with cleft lip and is never.

In a series of 502 cases of Stickler syndrome, a history of cleft repair was present in almost 40% of type 1 Stickler syndrome patients and 25% of type 2 Stickler syndrome patients, Pierre-Robin sequence being present in 13% and 1.5% of type 1 and type 2 patients, respectively. 26 Examination of the palate by inspection and palpation is. van der Woude syndrome is an autosomal dominant syndrome characterized by a cleft lip or cleft palate, distinctive pits of the lower lips, or both. It is the most common syndrome associated with cleft lip or cleft palate Patients have a steep upper jaw angle and as a result have a small lower jaw. This jaw deformity can cause airway obstruction, sleep apnea, and Pierre Robin sequence. Nager and Miller syndrome also have abnormalities of their hands and limbs. How are Patient with Treacher Collins Syndrome, Nager Syndrome and Miller Syndrome Evaluated Pierre Robin syndrome is first described by the French surgeon Pierre Robin (Robin, 1923, 1934). However, it is nowadays called Pierre Robin Sequence (PRS), since its multiple anomalies result from a sequential chain of malformations, one entailing the next (Butow et al., 2009; Gangopadhyay et al., 2012)

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Synonyms for Robin syndrome in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Robin syndrome. 7 synonyms for syndrome: condition, complaint, illness, symptoms, disorder, ailment, affliction. What are synonyms for Robin syndrome Williams-Beuren syndrome is characterized by mild mental retardation, specific neurocognitive profile, hypercalcemia during infancy, distinctive facial features and cardiovascular diseases. We report on complete ophthalmologic, sonographic and genetic evaluation of a girl with a clinical phenotype of Williams-Beuren syndrome, associated with unilateral anterior segment dysgenesis and bilateral. CHEDDA syndrome stands for congenital hypotonia, epilepsy, developmental delay and digital anomalies. Is a newly discovered neurodevelopmental syndrome associated with mutations in a conserved histidine-rich motif within Atrophin-1 (ATN-1).1 Epi.. The most characteristic abnormalities are found on the skull radiograph. This microcephaly, low craniofacial vault ratio, and hypertelorism must be differentiated from the skull findings in trisomy 13-15 (11), trisomy 18 (3), and Pierre-Robin syndrome