Parietal foramina

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Parietal foramina

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The terms "Parietal foramina" returned 10 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

Enlarged parietal foramina: MR imaging features in the fetus and neonate.
 

Author(s): A M Fink, W Maixner

Journal: AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. ;27(6):1379-81.

 

Enlarged parietal foramina are believed to be benign and familial and due to a variable degree of defective intramembranous ossification of the parietal bones. We report 2 patients with this condition in whom fetal and neonatal MR imaging studies illustrate the antenatal and perinatal ...

Last Updated: 15 Jun 2006

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Enlarged parietal foramina caused by mutations in the homeobox genes ALX4 and MSX2: from genotype to phenotype.
 

Author(s): Lampros A Mavrogiannis, Indira B Taylor, Sally J Davies, Feliciano J Ramos, José L Olivares, Andrew O M Wilkie

Journal: Eur. J. Hum. Genet.. 2006 Feb;14(2):151-8.

 

Heterozygous mutations of the homeobox genes ALX4 and MSX2 cause skull defects termed enlarged parietal foramina (PFM) and cranium bifidum (CB); a single MSX2 mutation has been documented in a unique craniosynostosis (CRS) family. However, the relative mutational contribution of these ...

Last Updated: 19 Jan 2006

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Characterization of a new syndrome that associates craniosynostosis, delayed fontanel closure, parietal foramina, imperforate anus, and skin eruption: CDAGS.
 

Author(s): Roberto Mendoza-Londono, Edward Lammer, Rosemarie Watson, John Harper, Atsushi Hatamochi, Saori Hatamochi-Hayashi, Dobrawa Napierala, Pia Hermanns, Sinead Collins, Benjamin B Roa, Madhuri R Hedge, Keiko Wakui, Diep Nguyen, David W Stockton, Brendan Lee

Journal: Am. J. Hum. Genet.. 2005 Jul;77(1):161-8.

 

We describe the clinical characterization, molecular analyses, and genetic mapping of a distinct genetic condition characterized by craniosynostosis, delayed closure of the fontanel, cranial defects, clavicular hypoplasia, anal and genitourinary malformations, and skin eruption. We ...

Last Updated: 2 Jun 2005

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