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Becker Nevus Syndrome (CUI C1858042) Suggest changes to this concept
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Concept Unique Identifier (CUI): C1858042

Semantic Type: Disease or Syndrome

GARD Definition: Becker nevus syndrome is characterized by the presence of a Becker nevus in association with underdevelopment (hypoplasia) of the breast or other skin-related, muscular, or skeletal defects, all of which usually involve the same side of the body as the nevus (ipsilateral). Specific signs and symptoms in addition to the nevus may include ipsilateral breast hypoplasia; skeletal abnormalities such as hypoplasia of the shoulder girdle, scoliosis, fused ribs, and ipsilateral shortness of the arm; and several other features. The condition is thought to be sporadic (occurring in individuals with no history of the condition in the family). Treatment varies depending upon the specific symptoms present and the extent of the condition in the affected individual. - this information is from GARD/ORDR/NCATS.

Synonyms & Abbreviations: (see Synonym Details)
Becker nevus syndrome
Hairy epidermal nevus syndrome

External Source Codes:  (none)

Other Properties: Property Definitions
Name Value Source
DATE_CREATED 2013-01-09T00:04:00 GARD
DATE_LAST_MODIFIED 2013-01-09T00:04:00 GARD
DISEASE_IDENTIFIER_ID 13011 GARD
FR 17 MSH
HAS_GARD_PAGE true GARD
HM D009506 MSH
HM D012878 MSH
IDENTIFIER_TYPE_ID 1 GARD
IS_ACTIVE true GARD
IS_RARE true GARD
IS_SPANISH false GARD
MDA 20121105 MSH
MIMTYPE 0 OMIM
MIMTYPEMEANING Other, mainly phenotypes with suspected mendelian basis OMIM
MIMTYPEVALUE none OMIM
MMR 20150927 MSH
RARE_DISEASE_URL http://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/gard/3856/becker-nevus-syndrome/resources/1 GARD
RN 0 MSH
SC 3 MSH
SOS A sporadic syndrome characterized by the presence of a Becker nevus (a late-onset, large, brown birthmark occurring mostly in males that typically develops during childhood or adolescence on the shoulders or upper trunk) in association with unilateral hypoplasia of breast or other cutaneous, muscular, or skeletal defects, all of which usually involve the same side of the body as the nevus. OMIM: 604919 MSH
TERMUI T807274 MSH
TH OMIM (2013) MSH
TH ORD (2016) MSH

Additional Concept Data:  (none)

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