Ackerman syndrome

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Ackerman syndrome is characterized by pyramidal molar roots and taurodontism, associated with variable anomalies. It has been described in two generations of one family. Both parents and their six sibs had pyramidal, taurodont or fused molar roots. Some of the patients also had hypotrichosis, an abnormal upper lip, thickened and wide philtrum, and/or juvenile glaucoma. Other features included entropion of the eyelid, syndactyly and clinodactyly of the fifth fingers.
  • Ackerman fused molar rooth syndrome
  • Ackerman syndrome
  • Ackerman syndrome
  • glaucoma, juvenile, with unusual upper lip and dental roots
  • juvenile glaucoma with unusual upper lip and dental roots
  • molar roots, pyramidal, with juvenile glaucoma and unusual upper lip
  • Pyramidal molar - glaucoma - upper abnormal lip
  • pyramidal molar-glaucoma-upper abnormal lip syndrome
  • pyramidal molars, glaucoma, abnormal upper lip