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Probably not an independent clinical picture. This term refers to a group of related, often autosomal-dominantly inherited diseases with or without parathyroid resistance (pseudohypoparathyroidism).
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Mostly inherited in an autosomal dominant manner. Recessive inheritance and non-hereditary forms are also known. A gene defect on chromosome 20q13 (GNAS1), a parathyroid hormone receptor of the organs of success, has been proven. Occasionally, other hormone receptors are also affected.
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Multiple osteomas in skin and subcutaneous tissue. Pachyderma, brachydactyly (especially of the 4th and 5th fingers, so-called knuckle-knuckle-dimple sign), short stature, obesity, oligophrenia, calcification of the basal ganglia and multiple skeletal anomalies. Association with hypothyroidism and hypogonadism. Tendency to hypocalcemic tetany.
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- Schrallhammer K et al (1988) Primary osteoma cutis. Dermatologist 39: 509-513
Incoming links (9)Albright bantam syndrome; Albright osteodystrophy, hereditary; Cretinism, hypoparathyroidism; Hypocalcemia, chronic constitutional; Martin albright syndrome; Osteoma cutis; Pseudohypoparathyroidism; Pseudohypoparathyroidism, familial; Seabright-bantam syndrome;
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