Sanjad-Sakati-Richardson-Kirk syndrome

by Al Mosawi, Aamir
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Al Mosawi, Aamir Sanjad-Sakati-Richardson-Kirk syndrome
Al Mosawi, Aamir - Sanjad-Sakati-Richardson-Kirk syndrome

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The syndrome of severe growth retardation , mental retardation, and chronic hypocalcemia caused by hypoparathyroidism was first reported by Sanjad, Sakati, and Abu-Osba in 1988. However, the syndrome was first fully described in 1990 by Ricky J Richardson from the Sick Children Hospital of Great Ormond Street in London, and Jeremy MW Kirk from St Bartholomew's Hospital in London. Richardson and Kirk emphasized that this association of a previously undescribed congenital anomalies represented a new syndrome that was observed in eight children of middle eastern origin. They thought that early recognition of this rare disorder may decrease the associated morbidity and mortality. The total number of the reported patients with Sanjad-Sakati-Richardson-Kirk syndrome is 103. Sanjad-Sakati-Richardson-Kirk syndrome has not been reported before in Iraq. The main aim of this book is to describe the first case of this syndrome in Iraq which is the case number 104 in the world.


Al Mosawi, Aamir

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Biography Artist:
Aamir Jalal Al Mosawi ist Berater für Kinderheilkunde und Kinderpsychiatrie am Children Teaching Hospital of Baghdad Medical City. Er ist Leiter des irakischen Hauptsitzes des Copernicus Scientists International Panel. Er war Mitglied des Beirats der International Association of Medical Colleges (IAMC).
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

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Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
January 10, 2019
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.003 m; 0.132 kg
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