Rare Association of Congenital Facial Palsy, Bilateral Microtia and Congenital Heart Disease

  • Aditi Rawat Shri Sayajirao General Hospital and Medical College, Vadodara
  • Dipika Bhil Shri Sayajirao General Hospital and Medical College, Vadodara
  • Bakul B Javadekar Shri Sayajirao General Hospital and Medical College, Vadodara
Keywords: congenital facial palsy, bilateral microtia, congenital heart disease, hypoplsia of depressor anguli oris muscle

Abstract

We report a case of a two day old female child with congenital facial palsy, bilateral microtia, congenital heart disease, renal ectopia and unilateral hypoplasia of depressor anguli oris muscle. These constellation of symptoms have not been found together in any case before. This unknown syndrome could be considered to be in a gray zone between Caylers Cardiofacial syndrome and Pearls syndrome.


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Author Biographies

Aditi Rawat, Shri Sayajirao General Hospital and Medical College, Vadodara

M.D resident, Department of Paediatrics

 

Dipika Bhil, Shri Sayajirao General Hospital and Medical College, Vadodara
Resident, Department of Paediatrics,
Bakul B Javadekar, Shri Sayajirao General Hospital and Medical College, Vadodara
Head of Department, Department of Paediatrics,
Published
2018-02-24
How to Cite
Rawat, A., Bhil, D., & Javadekar, B. (2018). Rare Association of Congenital Facial Palsy, Bilateral Microtia and Congenital Heart Disease. Journal of Nepal Paediatric Society, 37(2), 201-203. https://doi.org/10.3126/jnps.v37i2.18077
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Case Reports