Nose to the sky or nose

Introduction

Introduction

The nose is tilted toward the sky or the nose is one of the symptoms of fetal alcohol syndrome. Alcohol is a teratogen, and the only way to prevent fetal alcohol syndrome is to avoid drinking alcohol during pregnancy.

If you want to completely stop drinking, it is best to eat more foods rich in B vitamins, such as oatmeal, whole wheat bread, animal offal, lean meat, peanuts, most kinds of vegetables, wheat bran, milk and so on. If you are used to it, you may wish to drink oatmeal in the morning, because the activity of alcohol dehydrogenase in the human liver is very low at noon, drinking alcohol is easy to get drunk, and drinking oatmeal in the morning can help reduce the desire to drink at noon. At the same time, porridge can also Protect the gastric mucosa. It should be noted that B vitamins will not be stored in the body, and the excess will be completely excreted. Therefore, people who abstain from alcohol must supplement B vitamins daily.

Pathogen

Cause

The permanent birth defects caused by the mother's alcohol during pregnancy are affected by the weight, frequency and time of the mother's drinking. Alcohol enters the placenta and impedes the growth and weight of the fetus, causing unique facial plaques, damaging neurons and brain structures, and causing problems such as physical fitness, mentality, or behavior.

Examine

an examination

Related inspection

Otolaryngology CT examination of nasopharyngeal MRI

1 central nervous system dysfunction: small head, mental retardation, poor attention, biliary, small brain and brain malformation, idiot, EEG visible abnormal waveform;

2 developmental disorders: height, weight, head circumference, etc. are lower than normal fetus at birth, stunted and thin after birth;

3 special face: short eye cracks, low nose, short nose, small lower jaw and flat face in the middle; in addition, visible inner corner wrinkles, nasolabial folds, upper lip narrowing, upper eyelid drooping, strabismus, etc.;

4 malformations: atrial or ventricular septal defect, tetralogy of Fallot, cutaneous hemangioma, thoracic depression, hydronephrosis, hirsutism, hypospadias, small teeth and lack of enamel, scoliosis, forked xiphoid, sputum And genital abnormalities.

Diagnosis

Differential diagnosis

The nostrils are exposed, if the nose is excessively enlarged, the nostrils are too large, and it becomes a "northern nose". Even the nose hair can be seen, which not only hinders the aesthetics, but also is unsightly and can only be used as a comprehensive plastic surgeon.