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Doctor insights on: Single Palmar Crease

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Do babies with ds always have a single palmar crease?

Do babies with ds always have a single palmar crease?

45% do: The single palmar crease, 4 finger line, or simian crease (several names for the same feature) is thought to represent the effect of a lower level of muscle tone during the pregnancy. It is found in 45% +/- of ds infants depending on the study cited. It is found on one side in 4% of normal infants and on both sides in 1%. ...Read more

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How rare is it to have a simian crease (a single palmar crease) on both palms without having down syndrome?

How rare is it to have a simian crease (a single palmar crease) on both palms without having down syndrome?

Fairly common: A single sided simian crease is found in about 10% of the population, whereas having it on both palms is found in about 5%. When a condition is seen in this many people, it is considered somewhat common. Many more people who have a simian crease have normal chromosomes than have down syndrome. ...Read more

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In what way is single transverse palmar creases associated to autism?

In what way is single transverse palmar creases associated to autism?

It's not specific: A single transverse palmar crease is associated with many medical conditions, most notably Down's Syndrome. However, it is estimated that 10% of people have one hand with a single crease. I do not know how or why this presentation is associated with certain medical conditions. ...Read more

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Does craniosynostosis and palmar crease occurring together indicate a genetic abnormality or another condition all together?

Does craniosynostosis and palmar crease occurring together indicate a genetic abnormality or another condition all together?

Craniosynostosis: An interesting question and I would suggest that you see a pediatric genetist that deals with craniofacial disorders as they can work this up further and see if there is a relationship. ...Read more

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What can be done for palmar hyperhydrosis?

What can be done for palmar hyperhydrosis?

Medications, procedur: Medications: Botox injections, anticholinergic medications, antiperspirants procedures: sympathetic injections, sympathectomy, sweat gland removal options should be discussed with your physician. ...Read more

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What is the best way to treat palmar hyperhydrosis?

What is the best way to treat palmar hyperhydrosis?

Options: Surgery can be quite successful for appropriate candidates. While done often by experienced thoracic surgeons (vats), it is chest surgery (major surgery). There are risks and benefits. Appropriate candidates should be selected. This link to consensus: http://goo. Gl/voqx5. ...Read more

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What can I do I think I have palmar hyperhidrosis?

What can I do I think I have palmar hyperhidrosis?

Excessive sweating: If you have excessive sweating in your palms you can try a prescription antiperspirant called Drysol. Apply once a day. If you are having other symptoms with this such as weight loss, diffuse sweating, elevated heart rate consider a thyroid or other endocrine issue and see your doctor ...Read more

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Palmar hyperhidrosis (sweaty palms) social disease, what is this?

Palmar hyperhidrosis (sweaty palms) social disease, what is this?

Over-active sweating: Hyperhidrosis refers to excessive sweating, typically of the palms, soles of feet, and/or underarms, that occurs when the person is not hot. People who have it avoid shaking hands because they are embarressed by their constantly sweaty palms. Multiple treatments are available. You should go to sweathelp. Org for more information. ...Read more

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Does everyone with single palmar lines on their palms have down's syndrome?

Does everyone with single palmar lines on their palms have down's syndrome?

No: The four finger (rather than 3) palmar crease appears on at least one hand in a percentage of normal individuals, about 7% if memory serves me well. ...Read more

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What is the best age to have ets surgery for palmar hyperhidrosis?

AGE 49: There is no "best" age. With your concern you should make an appointment to see your Primary doctor. He/she will help you decide what needs to be done. Hope all goes well - please keep me posted! ...Read more

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What works against sweaty palms/palmar hyperhidrosis?

What works against sweaty palms/palmar hyperhidrosis?

Options: Best care starts first in family physician's office. Surgery can be quite successful for appropriate candidates. While done often by experienced thoracic surgeons (vats), it is chest surgery (major surgery). There are risks and benefits. Appropriate candidates should be selected. This link to consensus: http://goo. Gl/voqx5. ...Read more

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What are treatments besides surgery for palmar hyperhydrosis?

What are treatments besides surgery for palmar hyperhydrosis?

Several: Best care starts with evaluation by primary care physician. They will possibly refer you to a dermatologist. Topical agents such as drysol may help. Botox injections may help. Iontophoresis (mild electrical shock treatment) may help. This site may help: http://goo. Gl/ubyjq. ...Read more

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What causes palmar hyperhidrosis (sweaty palms)? Is it contagious?

What causes palmar hyperhidrosis (sweaty palms)? Is it contagious?

Hyperhidrosis hands: Palmoplantar hyperhidrosis is not contagious. It can be treated with topicals, sometimes oral anticholinergic agents, Botox injection, or micro ETS. Seek a specialist like myself who treats a large number of hyperhidrosis patients and who offers all of these treatment options. ...Read more

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Is there a cure for palmar hyperhidrosis? Prom coming up

Is there a cure for palmar hyperhidrosis? Prom coming up

Hyperhidrosis: There are prescription and nonprescription antiperpirants. I write for topical compounded Glycopyrrolate 3% which is very effective and is used at night. There are oral medications like Robinul (glycopyrrolate) which has a lot of side effects. I would have your doctor write you for compounded Glycopyrrolate 3%. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Palmar erythema?

What is the definition or description of: Palmar erythema?

Palmar erythema: Palmar erythema = redness of palms (especially thenar & hypothenar eminences). ...Read more

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How long does it take botox for palmar hyperhidrosis to work?

How long does it take botox for palmar hyperhidrosis to work?

Efecct in 7 - 10 day: It take up to 7- 10 days to reach maximum effect and the duration of effect is on the average about 18 weeks in Botox palms (range 8-32). ...Read more

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I'm considering botox for my palmar hyperhidrosis, is there any long term complications I need to be aware of?

I'm considering botox for my palmar hyperhidrosis, is there any long term complications I need to be aware of?

No: First axillary hyperhydrosis is the indication, pulmar hyperhydrosis has not been studied as much---but it work, now the problems pain during procedure---how much and how many sites to inject--some hand weakness can happen. ...Read more

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How often should I use a iontophotesis system for palmar hyperhidrosis starting out for what I consider severe?

How often should I use a iontophotesis system for palmar hyperhidrosis starting out for what I consider severe?

Iontophoresis: In the early stages of treatment, the affected parts of the body should be treated once a day for about 10-15 minutes.  normally, 5-20 consecutive days of treatment sessions are sufficient to reduce the moisture content of the skin to a normal level.  after this initial treatment, the frequency of the sessions can usually be reduced to once or twice a week. ...Read more

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