Cockayne syndrome

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Cockayne syndrome 
May Cause
Absent clavicle
Absent paranasal sinus
Accessory epiphyses
Advanced bone age
Alopecia
Anhidrosis
Anterior vertebral scalloping
Basal ganglion calcification
Biconcave vertebrae
Cataract
Clavicle hypoplasia
Cone-shaped epiphysis
Congenital generalized osteoporosis
Congenital hydrocephalus
Congenital prognathism
Congenital vertebral abnormality
Congenitally abnormal pelvis
Congenitally limited joint mobility
Corneal abnormality
Coxa valga
Cryptorchidism
Deafness
Defective dentition
Delayed dentition
Dense epiphyses of hands and feet
Dense or thick skull
Disk calcification
Generalized large epiphyses
Hydrocephalus
Hypogonadism
Hypohidrosis
Hypoplastic paranasal sinus
Hypoplastic pelvis
Immune disorder
Intervertebral disk calcification
Intracranial calcification
Irregular epiphysis
Kyphosis
Large anterior canal of a vertebral body
Leukodystrophy / leukoencephalopathy
Limited joint mobility
Lipoatrophy
Long thin bones
Microcephaly
Micrognathia
Micropenis
Multiple intracranial calcification
Narrow intervertebral disk space
Nephropathy
Nystagmus
Premature aging
Pseudoepiphyses
Retarded skeletal maturation
Retinopathy
Ribbon-like ribs
Sclerotic epiphysis
Short foot
Short hand
Short metacarpal
Short metatarsal
Short metatarsals
Skin photosensitivity
Slender clavicle
Slender tubular long bones
Small sella turcica
Spool-shaped vertebrae
Thick skull
Thin clavicle
Thin ribs
Type B pelvis
Underdeveloped mastoid
Underdevelopment of mastoids
Wavy ribs
Wide metaphysis
May Be Caused by
Xeroderma pigmentosum - Cockayne syndrome complex

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