Jibi Inkoka, Tokeibu Geka Volume 66, Issue 4 (April 1994)

Kabuki Make-up Syndrome : A Case Report Tomohiro Makoshi 1 1Department of Otohinolalyngologic Fujisawa Municipal Hospilal pp.330-333
Published Date 1994/4/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1411900906
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A 13-year-old girl with Kabuki make up syn-drome presented with mental and physical retarda-tion, submucosal cleft palate, epileptic seizure and had complained of vertigo and hearing disturbance.Deafness of mixed type was noted in both ears. Eyetracking test (ETT) revealed a slight disturbance of smooth pursuit eye movements. Optokinetic nystagmus was markedly depressed, and bilateral canal paresis was found by caloric test. However, high resonance CT scan did not reveal any malfora-tion of the inner ear.

In conclusion, the functional impaiment in the central nervous system and the peripheral end organ in this case were assumed to appear in association with Kabuki make-up syndrome.

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