A very rare inherited disorder characterized by an unusual face and abnormalities in organs involved with urination.
* Hydroureter * Abnormal facial expression * Hydronephrosis * Urinary tract infection * Urethral obstruction
* Bell's palsy (idiopathic facial palsy of lower motor neuron type) –Most common cause of facial nerve paralysis *Lyme disease *Tumors that invade the temporal bone (e.g., cholesteatoma, carotid body tumor) * Ramsay Hunt's syndrome –Association of facial palsy with herpes zoster eruption in the pharynx and external auditory canal –Eighth cranial nerve often affected as well * Acoustic neuroma –May compress the facial nerve * Pontine lesions –Secondary to infarcts, demyelinating processes, or tumors –Signs of brainstem involvement may be associated * Facial diplegia or bilateral facial palsy –Guillain-Barré syndrome (associated with ascending areflexic motor paralysis) –Heerfordt's syndrome (a form of sarcoidosis; also known as uveoparotid fever) * Diabetic neuropathy * Leprosy * Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome –Recurrent facial palsy, labial edema, and tongue plication * Sarcoidosis
signs and symptoms of Urofacial syndrome may vary on an individual basis for each patient. Only your doctor can provide adequate diagnosis of any signs or symptoms and whether they are indeed Urofacial syndrome symptoms.