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    Do you know this syndrome? Ascher´s syndrome: clinical findings of little known triad.
    An Bras Dermatol 2017 Sep-Oct;92(5):729-730
    Oral Diagnosis Outpatient Clinic of the Department of Dermatology at Hospital Naval Marcílio Dias (HNMD) - Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Brazil.
    Ascher's syndrome consists of double lip, blepharochalasis and sometimes non-toxic thyroid enlargement. It is a rare, benign, rarely reported, and sometimes misdiagnosed condition that most often affects patients under 20 years old. The etiology remains unknown, although factors such as trauma, hormonal dysfunction and heredity have been suggested. Read More

    Gender differences in the clinical course of Finnish gelsolin amyloidosis.
    Amyloid 2016 23;23(1):33-8. Epub 2016 Jan 23.
    a Department of Neurology , Clinical Neurosciences, University of Helsinki and Helsinki University Hospital , Helsinki , Finland and.
    Purpose: To investigate gender differences in Finnish gelsolin amyloidosis (AGel amyloidosis).

    Patients And Methods: AGel amyloidosis patients, who were members of Finnish Amyloidosis Association (SAMY), filled in a questionnaire compiling known and suspected aspects of their disease. Telephone interviews and hospital medical records, when available, complemented the questionnaire. Read More

    Ascher syndrome: report of a case with early manifestations.
    Craniomaxillofac Trauma Reconstr 2015 Jun 18;8(2):150-2. Epub 2014 Nov 18.
    Department of Pediatric Surgery, Hospital Dr. Guillermo Rawson, San Juan, Argentina.
    Ascher syndrome is a disease of unknown etiology first described in 1920 by Ascher, an ophthalmologist from Prague. It presents with recurrent edema of the lip and upper eyelid resulting in double lip and blepharochalasis. In 10% of cases the idiopathic nontoxic thyroid enlargement also occurs. Read More

    Ascher's syndrome: A rare case report.
    Indian J Ophthalmol 2015 Mar;63(3):264-7
    Department of Ophthalmology, Shyam Shah Medical College, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, India.
    An 18-year-old Indian girl with upper lip deformity presented with on and off painless swelling of her both upper eyelids for 3 years. Clinical evaluation revealed bilateral blepharochalasis, narrowing of horizontal palpebral fissure, decreased outer intercanthal distance, iris coloboma, cleft soft palate, bifid uvula, sensorineural deafness and double upper lip. Clinical examination of the thyroid, thyroid hormone assay and ultrasonography revealed normal thyroid gland structure and function. Read More

    Lacrimal gland prolapse in two cases of blepharochalasis syndrome and its treatment.
    Int Ophthalmol 2014 Apr 30;34(2):293-5. Epub 2013 Mar 30.
    Ophthalmology Department, School of Medicine, Harran University, Akbayır mah. 1019 sokak. Çırağan sitesi. D Blok No: 19 Karaköprü, 63320, Şanlıurfa, Turkey,
    Blepharochalasis is a rare disorder characterized by recurrent non-painful eyelid edema, which leads to atrophy and stretching of the supporting connective tissue around the eye. As a consequence, prolapse of the lacrimal gland can occur which results in fullness in the temporal third of the upper eyelids and may cause visual field restriction or cosmetic blemish for patients. Thus, correct diagnosis is important to plan appropriate surgery and obtain a successful postoperative result. Read More

    Management of an unusual presentation of Ascher syndrome.
    J Craniofac Surg 2012 Nov;23(6):e570-1
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Service Federal University of Bahia, Bahia, Brazil.
    Ascher syndrome is defined by the association between double lip, blepharochalasis, and nontoxic goiter. Because it is a rare disease, it is most often misdiagnosed, despite its implications for quality of life. We report a variation of an incomplete type of Ascher syndrome affecting the upper lip, upper eyelids, and lateral canthi of a young male patient. Read More

    Ascher syndrome: Review of literature and case report.
    Indian J Plast Surg 2011 Jan;44(1):147-9
    Department of Plastic Surgery, Melmaruvathur Adhiparasakthi Institute of Medical Science and Research, Melmaruvathur, Tamil Nadu, India.
    A 13 year old girl presented with aesthetic deformity of upper lip since birth. She also presented with eyelid swelling on and off for 11 months. She was diagnosed to be a rare case of Ascher syndrome. Read More

    Gelsolin amyloidosis as a cause of early aging and progressive bilateral facial paralysis.
    Plast Reconstr Surg 2011 Jun;127(6):2342-51
    Department of Plastic Surgery and Neurology, Helsinki University Hospital, Helsinki, Finland.
    Background: Gelsolin amyloidosis, or Meretoja disease, is a dominantly inherited syndrome in which the collection of amyloid leads to early aging, bilateral progressive facial paralysis, and corneal lattice dystrophy. Characteristically, the major symptoms appear in the fifth decade of life, with brow ptosis and blepharochalasis, drooping of the facial tissues, and oral disturbances. Indications and methods, as well as the results of plastic surgical treatment, seem varied. Read More

    Surgical correction and MR imaging of double lip in Ascher syndrome: record of a case and a review of the literature.
    Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci 2009 Jul-Aug;13(4):309-11
    Section of Plastic Surgery, Department of Surgery, Cagliari University Hospital, Cagliari, Italy.
    A double-lip is an infrequent anomaly which may occur either isolated or as a component of Ascher's syndrome. Apart from a deformity that may interfere with speech and mastication, surgery may be indicated for cosmetic reasons. We present a case of a male patient with an acquired double lip and blepharochalasis. Read More

    The blepharochalasis syndrome.
    Surv Ophthalmol 2009 Mar-Apr;54(2):235-44
    Ophthalmology Department, Tel-Aviv Souraski Medical Center, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
    Blepharochalasis is a rare eyelid disorder that often presents in childhood or early adolescence. It is characterized by exacerbations and remissions of painless edema of the upper and occasionally lower eyelids. Although the average duration of attack is only two days, multiple attacks eventually lead to atrophic, wrinkled, and discolored periorbital skin. Read More

    [Discrepancy between objective measurement and subjective recognition of sicca syndrome before and after blepharochalasis operation for cosmetic or medical reasons].
    Klin Monbl Augenheilkd 2006 Feb;223(2):131-3
    Klinik für Augenheilkunde der Universität Giessen und Marburg, Standort Marburg.
    Background: This study was designed to examine if patients undergoing the same operative procedure (blepharochalasis operation) have different subjective recognition of dry eye problems depending n whether they had he operation for cosmetic or medical reasons.

    Patients And Method: The study included 32 patients (25 women, 7 men, mean age 57.8 +/- 12. Read More

    Lax eyelid syndrome or 'progeria' of eyelid tissues.
    Orbit 2004 Mar;23(1):3-12
    Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, UK.
    Purpose: The lax eyelid syndrome was described by Van den Bosch and Lemij as an uncommon disorder seen in non-obese elderly people and characterised by chronic ocular surface irritation symptoms and a "floppy upper eyelid". The authors present some new features of the lax eyelid syndrome.

    Methods: The authors report five patients, belonging to a younger age group, who presented with premature laxity of all the eyelid tissues. Read More

    Congenital cutis laxa syndrome: type II autosomal recessive inheritance.
    Turk J Pediatr 2003 Jul-Sep;45(3):265-8
    Division of Genetics and Teratology, Department of Pediatrics, Istanbul University Cerrahpaşa Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey.
    Cutis laxa is a term that refers to markedly loose skin that is not hyperelastic. It is regarded as a genetically heterogeneous group of diseases and is presently divided into five types. We report a male patient with type II autosomal recessive disease. Read More

    Progressive autosomal dominant optic atrophy and sensorineural hearing loss in a Turkish family.
    Ophthalmic Genet 2002 Mar;23(1):29-36
    Department of Ophthalmology, Medical Faculty, Pamukkale University, Denizli, Turkey.
    Purpose: To describe the clinical features, mode of inheritance, and linkage analysis of ten affected members of a three-generation family with progressive optic atrophy and progressive hearing loss.

    Materials And Methods: The proband, a 10-year-old boy, presented with progressive visual failure. Ten other members in his family, including his mother, half-sister, aunt, two uncles, grandfather, and some of the cousins, also had progressive visual loss and hearing loss. Read More

    Maxillary double lip: report of two cases.
    J Oral Sci 2001 Mar;43(1):69-72
    Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Ondokuz Mayis, Samsun, Turkey.
    Two cases of double lip malformation, an uncommon oral anomaly, are presented, and the factors involved in the development, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of these uncommon lesions are reviewed. Double lip is usually associated with Ascher's syndrome, which is a rare disease with three more or less consistently associated abnormalities: double upper lip, blepharochalasis and enlargement of the thyroid. Two cases of double lip are reported; one of which was related with Ascher's syndrome, while the other had a traumatic origin. Read More

    [Eye diseases in sleep apnea syndrome].
    Ther Umsch 2001 Jan;58(1):57-60
    Abteilung für Schielbehandlung und Neuroophthalmologie, Augenklinik, Kantonsspital St. Gallen.
    Sleep apnea syndrome is characterized by recurrent complete or partial upper airway obstructions during sleep and recognized as an important risk factor for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Several eye diseases have been associated with sleep apnea syndrome. Due to floppy eyelids often a chronic conjunctivitis occurs. Read More

    [Treatment of ptosis in children and adults].
    Cesk Slov Oftalmol 1999 May;55(3):145-54
    Ocní klinika FN Královské Vinohrady a 3, Praha.
    Pathological ptosis of the eyelids can be manifest already at birth but may develop also in advanced age. In children the congenital form predominates with or without affection of the elevators of the eyes (Congenital fibrous syndrome or Misdirection syndrome). A special form is blepharophimosis, juvenile blepharochalasis and Marcus-Gunn's syndrome. Read More

    [Unilateral eyelid swelling in naevus flammeus faciei. Problems in differential diagnosis of unilateral eyelid swelling].
    Hautarzt 1994 Nov;45(11):792-8
    Dermatologische Universitätsklinik, Erlangen.
    A 32-year-old white woman presented with persistent swelling of the right upper eyelid for diagnosis and therapy. History and physical examination revealed a faint nevus flammeus on the right side of her face and neck and bilateral blepharochalasis, both of which can produce unilateral periorbital swelling. A biopsy taken for histology was diagnostic in this case, since it showed lymphoedema secondary to lymphangiectasias associated with the patient's port-wine stain. Read More

    Blepharochalasis syndrome: a proposed pathophysiologic mechanism.
    Can J Ophthalmol 1992 Feb;27(1):10-5
    Oculoplastic, Orbital and Lacrimal Service, University of Ottawa, ON.
    The blepharochalasis syndrome is an uncommon disorder seen in young people that is characterized by recurrent episodes of eyelid edema. After repeated episodes various eyelid supportive structures are stretched, giving rise to the characteristic features of thin excess lid skin, blepharoptosis, pseudoepicanthal folds, and disinserted lateral canthal tendons. Surgical repositioning and reconstruction are often required. Read More

    [Ascher's syndrome].
    Dtsch Z Mund Kiefer Gesichtschir 1991 Nov-Dec;15(6):440-4
    Zentrum Zahn-, Mund-Kieferheilkunde der Universität Göttingen.
    Ascher's syndrome is composed of the triad blepharochalasis, double lip and goitre. In many of the cases reported in the literature this typical constellation of symptoms is not complete; particularly the struma is not mandatorily involved. A 58-year-old patient with this rare disease who exhibited blepharochalasis and double upper and lower lip is presented. Read More

    Clinical and histopathologic studies of two families with lattice corneal dystrophy and familial systemic amyloidosis (Meretoja syndrome).
    Ophthalmology 1991 Aug;98(8):1197-206
    Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston.
    Lattice corneal dystrophy associated with familial systemic amyloidosis (Meretoja syndrome) has rarely been described other than in patients of Finnish origin. The authors report two North American patients with this disease who manifest blepharochalasis, lattice corneal dystrophy, open-angle glaucoma, and cranial neuropathy. In one patient, a corneal intraepithelial and subepithelial pseudodendrite was managed by superficial keratectomy, and this same patient benefited from surgical brow suspension for facial muscular weakness. Read More

    [Chotzen-Saethre syndrome with oligophrenia and psychological abnormal development].
    Psychiatr Neurol Med Psychol (Leipz) 1990 Jun;42(6):364-8
    Bezirkskrankenhaus für Psychiatrie und Neurologie, Mühlhausen.
    A weak minded man aged 31 years exhibited with moderate acrobrachycephalia, basal cutaneous syndactylies of the 2nd and 3rd fingers, marking symptoms of the Saethre-Chotzen syndrome (SCS), with dominant inheritance in three generations. Additionally there were symptoms of Ascher's syndrome, blepharochalasis, goitre and broad lower lip. The psychic maldevelopment is considered in association with a syndrome of the frontal lobe. Read More

    Br J Ophthalmol 1988 Nov;72(11):863-7
    Department of Surgery, Letterman Army Medical Center, Presidio of San Francisco, California 94129-6700.
    Blepharochalasis is an uncommon disorder distinguished by recurrent episodes of eyelid oedema in young patients. A hypertrophic form, manifested as fat herniation, and an atrophic form, manifested as fat atrophy, have been described. Ptosis with excellent levator function, laxity of the lateral canthal structures with rounding of the lateral canthal angle, nasal fat pad atrophy, and redundant eyelid skin develop after many episodes of eyelid swelling. Read More

    Floppy eyelid syndrome and blepharochalasis.
    Am J Ophthalmol 1986 Sep;102(3):376-81
    Floppy eyelid syndrome and blepharochalasis may represent a spectrum of one underlying disease. Two patients with floppy eyelid syndrome and one with blepharochalasis shared important clinical similarities. All three patients displayed eyelid laxity associated with papillary conjunctivitis and ocular surface abnormalities. Read More

    Blepharochalasis syndrome.
    Am J Ophthalmol 1985 Apr;99(4):424-8
    Patients with chronic forms of blepharochalasis often develop eyelid deformities characterized by blepharoptosis and prolapse of the orbital fat and lacrimal gland. Some individuals have an acquired form of blepharophimosis, secondary to the dehiscence of the canthal tendons. In this late stage of the condition, the tendons still adhere to the periosteum of the orbital rims and loss of fixation occurs at the distal attachment between the tendons and the eyelid tissues. Read More

    Lattice corneal dystrophy associated with familial systemic amyloidosis (Meretoja's syndrome).
    Ophthalmology 1983 Dec;90(12):1512-7
    A 79-year-old white man of Irish descent presented with lattice corneal dystrophy, blepharochalasis, and peripheral seventh cranial nerve palsies. Family studies revealed that his 23-year-old daughter had early lattice cornea dystrophy. The corneal button removed by penetrating keratoplasty exhibited characteristic amyloid accumulation by light and electron microscopy. Read More

    Operative experience with malfunction of the eyelid.
    Aesthetic Plast Surg 1982 ;6(3):117-21
    During the past 10 years, the authors have observed several cases of malfunction of the eyelids, such as congenital lid retraction, lagophthalmos accompanying facial nerve palsy, ocular myopathy, blepharochalasis, traumatic lid ptosis, and Horner's syndrome. Several operational techniques were utilized in these cases. Some operative cases are presented together with pre- and postoperative photographs. Read More

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