Feingold syndrome

Common Name(s)

Feingold syndrome, Oculodigitoesophagoduodenal syndrome

Feingold syndrome is a condition that usually affects the fingers and toes leading to abnormalities. More specifically, many people with this condition have a shortening of the second and fifth finger, known as brachymesophalangy. People with Feingold syndrome are usually born with a blockage in part of their digestive sysem, usually in the esophagus or in part of the small intestine. Some other symptoms of Feingold syndrome are a small head, small jaw, or mild learning disabilities. Talk with your doctor if you or your child has been diagnosed with Feingold syndrome to find the best treatment.

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The terms "Feingold syndrome" returned 2 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

[Association esophageal atresia type 3 - microcephaly: an incomplete Feingold syndrome?].
 

Author(s): Mick Yapongombo Shongo, Toni Kasole Lubala, Sébastien Musanzayi Mbuyi, Paul Ilunga Makinko, Dieudonné Tshikwej Ngwej, Felix Numbi Kabange

Journal: Pan Afr Med J. 2012 ;13():85.

 

Last Updated: 11 Feb 2013

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Dissection of the MYCN locus in Feingold syndrome and isolated oesophageal atresia.
 

Author(s): Marie Cognet, Agnés Nougayrede, Valérie Malan, Patrick Callier, Celia Cretolle, Laurence Faivre, David Genevieve, Alice Goldenberg, Delphine Heron, Sandra Mercier, Nicole Philip, Sabine Sigaudy, Alain Verloes, Sabine Sarnacki, Arnold Munnich, Michel Vekemans, Stanislas Lyonnet, Heather Etchevers, Jeanne Amiel, Loïc de Pontual

Journal: Eur. J. Hum. Genet.. 2011 May;19(5):602-6.

 

Feingold syndrome (FS) is a syndromic microcephaly entity for which MYCN is the major disease-causing gene. We studied the expression pattern of MYCN at different stages of human embryonic development and collected a series of 17 FS and 12 isolated oesophageal atresia (IOA) cases. ...

Last Updated: 25 Apr 2011

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