Treacher Collins Syndrome: Present concepts of the disorder and their surgical correction

@article{Argenta2005TreacherCS,
  title={Treacher Collins Syndrome: Present concepts of the disorder and their surgical correction},
  author={L. Argenta and J. Iacobucci},
  journal={World Journal of Surgery},
  year={2005},
  volume={13},
  pages={401-409}
}
Treacher Collins Syndrome is a rare bilateral congenital deformity occurring in 1 in 10,000 births. It is also known, in the European literature, as Franceschetti Syndrome, and is additionally known as mandibulofacial dysostosis. It is a syndrome with a very wide spectrum of manifestations characterized by distortions of the orbit secondary to hypoplasia of the maxilla, mandible, and, most markedly, of the zygoma. Soft tissue deformities include lower lid colobomas, laxity and dystopia of the… Expand
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A description of the pathogenesis of this syndrome enables accurate comparison to be made with the clinically similar but causally different condition of hemifacial microsomia. Expand
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The Tessier integral procedure for Treacher Collins syndrome has been done in one stage in six patients and in two stages in five patients, withufficient data for analysis of only four patients. Expand
Results of the Tessier integral procedure for correction of Treacher Collins syndrome.
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The Tessier integral procedure for Treacher Collins syndrome has been done in one stage in six patients and in two stages in five patients, withufficient data for analysis of only four patients. Expand
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Berry, Treacher Collins, or Franceschetti-Zwahlen-Klein syndromes, are all representative of varying degrees of severity of a more comprehensive hereditary syndrome given the term "mandibulo-facial dysostosis", which seems to be genetically transmitted primarily and three times more consistently by the female of the affected line. Expand
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It is recommended that children with obstructive symptoms have laryngoscopy prior to anaesthetic induction, and three patients with Treacher Collins or Pierre Robin syndromes who had historical and physical evidence of airway obstruction, difficulty feeding, and sleep disturbances correlated with difficult airway management intraoperatively are presented. Expand
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