Goldenhar Syndrome

Known as: Facial Dysplasias, Lateral, Hemifacial Microsomia, Disease, Goldenhar 
A congenital birth defect characterized by incomplete development or absence of face structures, usually affecting one side of the face. The defects… (More)
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1949-2018
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2009
2009
Goldenhar syndrome also known as oculo-auriculo-vertebral syndrome was first reported by Dr Maurice Goldenhar in 1952. It is a… (More)
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2006
2006
Four case reports of children with clinical features of Goldenhar syndrome are described. Although the syndrome itself is not… (More)
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2006
2006
Goldenhar (GS) syndrome is a well-recognised developmental disorder involving first and second branchial arches and characterized… (More)
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1993
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1993
THE vertebrate skeleton is formed primarily by endochondral ossification, starting during embryogenesis when cartilage anlagens… (More)
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1988
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1988
This is a follow-up study of 20 children who had surgical correction of hemifacial microsomia in an effort to improve facial… (More)
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1987
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1987
Here we describe the phenotypic characteristics of a single craniofacial clinic population of 294 individuals affected with… (More)
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1987
1987
In contrast to the opinion of Yovich et al, who documented Goldenhar syndrome in one of possibly monozygous twin brothers… (More)
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1984
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1984
 
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1983
1983
Four patients are presented with the Goldenhar syndrome (GS) and cranial defects consisting of plagiocephaly, microcephaly, skull… (More)
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1973
Highly Cited
1973
  • D E Poswillo
  • Oral surgery, oral medicine, and oral pathology
  • 1973
 
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