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Translate this page Sturge-Weber. Angiomatosis encefalofacial / encephalofacial angiomatosisVer Síndrome de Sturge-Weber. Angiomatosis neurooculocutánea
Abducción / Abduction
Movimiento del ojo en el plano horizontal alejándose de la línea media de la cara. Aberración / Aberration
Defecto óptico debido al cual los rayos procedentes de un punto no forman una imagen perfecta de ese punto al atravesar un sistema óptico. Aberración comática / Comatic aberration
Aberración monocromática que afecta a los rayos que proceden de puntos no situados sobre el eje óptico de la lente. La imagen resultante se asemeja a un cometa, con la cola del mismo orientada hacia el eje.
Coma. Aberración cromática / Chromatic aberration
Desigual refracción de los rayos de distintos colores que producen una imagen confusa. Los rayos violeta y rojo suelen ser los más refringentes.
Aberración newtoniana. Aberración dióptrica / Dioptrical aberration
Ver Aberración esférica. Aberración distancial / Distance aberration
Confusión de la visión debida a la distancia. Aberración esférica / Spherical aberration
Exceso de refracción de la parte periférica de una lente convexa lo que produce un foco imperfecto y una imagen confusa.
Aberración dióptrica.

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23. EMedicine - Glaucoma, Secondary Congenital : Article By Inci Irak, MD
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Dreifuss Disease see Muscular Dystrophy and neuromuscular disorders Emphysema seeLung Diseases Encephalitis encephalofacial angiomatosis see SturgeWeber
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29. The Contact A Family Directory - STURGE-WEBER SYNDROME
SturgeWeber Syndrome encephalofacial angiomatosis. This is a congenitaldisorder involving the brain, skin and eyes. Angiomas, (collections
printer friendly STURGE-WEBER SYNDROME home more about us in your area conditions information ... how you can help search this site Sturge-Weber Syndrome: Encephalofacial Angiomatosis This is a congenital disorder involving the brain, skin and eyes. Angiomas, (collections of abnormal blood vessels) occur in the meninges (coverings) of the cerebral cortex, usually on one side of the brain. affected individuals frequently develop Epilepsy which may be partial, affecting just one side of the body and hemiparesis (weakness on that side) may also develop. some individuals have learning difficulties. The condition is associated with a 'port wine' stain usually confined to half the face in the distribution of the branches of the trigeminal nerve. It may sometimes be bilateral or other parts of the body may also be affected. Occasionally no port wine stain is present. Associated eye conditions, most commonly choroidal angioma or glaucoma may be present.

30. The Sturge-Weber Foundation
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    34. The Microscopic Appearance Of An AVM Is Shown; Large Vessels Are
    B. SturgeWeber Syndrome (encephalofacial angiomatosis) This syndrome is associatedwith intracranial venous malformation and hemangioma of the face in the
    There are mour major categories of vascular anomalies: arteriovenous malformations (most common), cavernous angiomas, capillary telangiectasias, and venous antiomas. These lesions are found in about 5% of patients at autopsy. They are generally asymptomatic. Clinical manifestations occur most often in young people. In fact, a vascular malformation would be the most likely cause of intracerebral hemorrhage in a child. The arteriovenous angioma is most often clinically significant.

    A. Arteriovenous Malformations (AVM)
    1. Characteristics

    a. Tangles of abnormal vessels or channels of various sizes with thin walls; vessels are separated by gliotic neural parenchyma

    b. Developmental origin

    c. Bleeding most common in 10-30 year age group

    d. Most often located in cerebral hemispheres

    Clinical Signs

    a. Seizuresthe initial sign in 25-50% of cases

    b. Headachethe initial sign in 15% of patients

    c. Focal neurologic signsspecific signs related to location of lesion
    a. Hemorrhagesubarachnoid or intracerebral

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    ENCEPHALITIS, RESMUSSEN. See Rasmussen Syndrome. encephalofacial angiomatosis.ENCEPHALOTRIGEMINAL ANGIOMATOSIS. See SturgeWeber Syndrome. ENCEPHALOMYELOPATHY.
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    40. Phakomatosis
    dysplasia). 1. Neurofibromatosis (von Recklinghausen's dis.) 2. TuberousSclerosis 3. SturgeWeber disease (encephalofacial angiomatosis)
    Phakomatosis (Neurocutaneous dysplasia)
      1. Neurofibromatosis (von Recklinghausen's dis.)
      2. Tuberous Sclerosis 3. Sturge-Weber disease (Encephalofacial Angiomatosis) 4. von Hippel-Lindau Disease 5. Neurocutaneous Melanosis
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