The Epidemiology Of Moebius Syndrome In Italy

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12. Bitzan M, Moebius E, Ludwig K, Miiller-Wiefel DE, Heesemann J, Karch H. High incidence of serum antibodies to Escherichia coli 0157 lipopolysaccharide in chddren with hemolytic-uremic syndrome. J Pematr 1991; 119: 380-5. 13. Caprioli A, Luzzi I, Rosmini F, et al. Hemolytic-uremic syndrome and verocytotoxin-producing Escherichia coli in-

The Epidemiology of Moebius Syndrome

The Epidemiology of Moebius Syndrome CURRENT STATUS: UNDER REVIEW arturo carta Universita degli Studi di Parma, Dpt. of medicine and surgery [email protected] Author

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State University La Sapienza , Rome, Italy MD 1969 Medicine Moebius Sindrome Italian Association (2000-2009) international epidemiology and public health

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The Epidemiology of Moebius Syndrome in Italy

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14.00 15.30 Session Epidemiology, modelling and risk assessment I (Room Ballsaal) Chair: Thomas Müller Prevalence of antibodies against porcine influenza viruses in humans living in areas with a high pig density of Germany. J. Lange, A. Krumbholz, R. Dürrwald, M. Walther, T. Müller, D. Kühnel, P. Wutzler, R. Zell

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congenital diseases, including familial dysautonomia, Goldenhar-Gorlin syndrome, Moebius syndrome, familial corneal hypoesthesia, and congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis.1 Ocular symptoms Symptoms of ocular surface discomfort are rarely reported by NK patients. However, patients may

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Moebius syndrome Foundation of Spain. University Hospital La Fe, Valencia, Spain, 13Ophthalmology Unit, Department of Biomedical, Biotechnological & Translational Sciences (S.Bi.Bi.T.), University of Parma, Parma, Italy. Introduction: Möbius syndrome (MBS) is a rare congenital neurological dis-

The epidemiology of Moebius syndrome in Italy

The epidemiology of Moebius syndrome in Italy Arturo Carta1*, Stefania Favilla2, Giacomo Calzetti1,7, Maria Cristina Casalini2, Pier Francesco Ferrari3,4, Bernardo Bianchi5, Maria Beatrice Simonelli1, Roberta Farci6, Stefano Gandol 1 and Paolo Mora1 Abstract Background: The epidemiology of Moebius syndrome (MBS) is dicult to assess.