Yogesh Kumar Gupta

Manipal University, Udupi, Karnātaka, India

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  • Prashant Naik · Pushpa Kini · Deepti Chopra · Yogesh Gupta
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    ABSTRACT: Finlay-Marks syndrome (scalp-ear-nipple syndrome), is the infrequently reported association of scalp aplasia, malformed ears, and breast abnormalities varying from small nipples to complete absence of breasts. Other manifestations are variable and some of them resemble ectodermal dysplasia and include dystrophy of nails and teeth, sparse hair, decreased sweating, and cutaneous syndactyly of digits. Renal anomalies have been reported in some patients leading to hypertension and renal insufficiency. Most reported patients have been sporadic but familial occurrences following an autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance have been reported. We report on two affected siblings, of whom one died in the neonatal period due to renal failure. Two affected siblings born to non-affected parents may suggest an autosomal recessive inheritance.
    No preview · Article · Jul 2012 · American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A
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    ABSTRACT: A 4-month-old male baby who presented in a moribund condition with seizures was found to have hepatomegaly, hypoglycemia and milky serum. Serum triglycerides were markedly elevated (3 168 mg/dL) with cholesterol being 257 mg/dL and high density lipoprotein levels were low (19 mg/dL). The possibility of glycogen storage disease type I was considered in the diagnosis. Infants with glycogen storage disease type I may present like sepsis. The association of hepatomegaly, hypoglycemia and abnormal lipid profile stated above should alert the physician to consider glycogen storage disease type I in the diagnosis.
    Full-text · Article · Apr 2012 · Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine