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Binder syndrome

Binder syndrome is a rare congenital disease affecting the face. Also called nasomaxillary hypoplasia or maxilla-facial dysplasia, the condition results in undergrowth of the central face and may include elements of the nose and upper jaw. The primary physical characteristic of Binder Syndrome is a flat, underdeveloped midface (midfacial hypoplasia) and flattened nose associated with the absence of the anterior nasal spine that supports the nose in normal development. Your child may appear to have an underdeveloped upper jaw and facial imbalance.

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Binder’s syndrome is an uncommon congenital condition which develops in the first trimester of pregnancy and has characteristic effects on the facial features. Those effects are....arhinoid face, ....intermaxillary hypoplasia (associated with malocclusion), ....abnormal position of the nasal bones, ....nasal mucosa atrophy, .....anterior nasal spine agenesis and (in most cases) a lack of frontal sinuses. Other deformities, as well as mental retardation, are also possible. Due to the clinical appearance, patients require surgical and orthodontic treatment. The main surgery performed in these patients is nose reconstruction with bone or cartilage grafts.

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Binder’s syndrome is an uncommon congenital condition which develops in the first trimester of pregnancy and has characteristic effects on the facial features. Those effects are....arhinoid face, ....intermaxillary hypoplasia (associated with malocclusion), ....abnormal position of the nasal bones, ....nasal mucosa atrophy, .....anterior nasal spine agenesis and (in most cases) a lack of frontal sinuses. Other deformities, as well as mental retardation, are also possible. Due to the clinical appearance, patients require surgical and orthodontic treatment. The main surgery performed in these patients is nose reconstruction with bone or cartilage grafts.

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The etiology still not clear but may be due to genetic factors. Commonly have family history too.

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Very useful n informative post

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Informative post nd description

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New for me

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