Medical Definition of Multiple lentigines syndrome

1. An autosomal dominant inherited disorder characterised by freckle-like spots (lentigines) on the trunk. Other findings may include wide set eyes, sternum abnormalities, prominent ears, deafness, cafe-au-lait spots, pulmonary stenosis, cryptorchidism, delayed puberty or hypogonadism. There is no treatment available only underlying management of each problem. Inheritance: autosomal dominant. (27 Sep 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Multiple Lentigines Syndrome

multiple exostosis
multiple expansion
multiple expansions
multiple exposure
multiple fission
multiple fracture
multiple fruit
multiple fruits
multiple gestation
multiple glandular deficiency syndrome
multiple hamartoma syndrome
multiple idiopathic haemorrhagic sarcoma
multiple infection
multiple inheritance
multiple intestinal polyposis
multiple lentigines syndrome (current term)
multiple level
multiple levels
multiple lipoprotein-type hyperlipidaemia
multiple mononeuropathy
multiple mucosal neuroma syndrome
multiple myeloma
multiple myelomatosis
multiple myositis
multiple neuritis
multiple organ failure
multiple parasitism
multiple personalities
multiple personality
multiple personality disorder

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