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Dyschondrosteosis Leri-Weill

Leri-Layani-Weill-Syndrom ist ein mesomeler Kleinwuchs (Radius, Ulna, Tibia, Fibula) mit Störungen der Knochen- und Knorpelbildung und Madelung-Deformität. Der Erkrankung liegen Mutationen des SHOX-Gens zugrunde, welches sich auf beiden Gonosomen befindet. Das Vererbungsmuster ist je nach Mutation dominant oder rezessiv, auch die Penetranz ist variabel.

Symptome

Wachstumsstörung
Der dysproportionale Kleinwuchs ist eine Mesomelie.
Dysmorphie
Typisch ist die Madlung Deformität des Handgelenks, die sich im Verlaufe des Kindesalters entwickelt.

Gliederung

Kleinwuchs, SHOX-bedingt
Dyschondrosteosis Leri-Weill
SHOX
Langer-Mesomelie
X-chromosomaler familiärer Kleinwuchs
Y-chromosomaler familiärer Kleinwuchs

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