Absent meibomian glands in the ectrodactyly, ectodermal dysplasia, cleft lippalate syndrome.
What does ECD stand for?
ECD stands for Ectrodactyly
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- Eastern Canadian District (Canada)
- Eastern Caribbean Dollar
- Eau Concept Développement (French: Water Concept Development)
- Échelle Comportementale pour la Démence (French: Behavioral Scale for Dementia)
- École de Conduite Deauvillaise (French driving school)
- École du Commerce et de la Distribution (French: School of Commerce and Distribution)
- Economic and Community Development (various locations)
- Eddy-Current Distribution
- Edelson Clifford D'Angelo (law firm; Ontario, Canada)
- Education and Curriculum Development (various locations)
- Education Childhood Development
- Effect Correspondence Diagram
- Effective Candela
- Effective Cumulative Dose
- Effective Cut-Off Diameter
- El Confidencial Digital (Spanish: The Digital Confidential; newspaper)
- Electrical Critical Dimension
Samples in periodicals archive:
Allelic disorders with overlapping features include EEC (ectodermal, ectrodactyly, cleft lip/palate), Rapp Hodgkin, ADULT (acro-dermato-ungual-lacrimal-tooth) and limb-mammary syndromes.
They also have cleft lip and/or cleft palate and ectrodactyly (lobster claw deformity of hands or feet).
The main manifestations were hypodontia and/ or early loss of permanent teeth, ectrodactyly, obstruction of lacrimal ducts, onychodysplasia, and excessive freckling.
15) reported symmetrical hind-limb ectromelia and ectrodactyly after R.
Most malformations (47%) involved ectromelia (absence of all or part of a limb), ectrodactyly (absence of all or part of a digit) of the hindlimb, or asymmetrical development of hindlimbs (Figure 2, Table 2).