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Children with Moebius Syndrome can also benefit from physical and speech therapy to improve their gross motor skills and coordination, and to gain better control over speaking and eating. Although it appears to be genetic, its precise cause remains unknown and the medical literature presents conflicting theories.

Infants who lack facial expression often are described as having a “mask-like” face that is especially obvious when laughing or crying. Affected infants may also have difficulties feeding, including problems swallowing and poor sucking. Corneal ulceration may occur because the eyelids remain open during sleep. SummaryMoebius syndrome is a rare neurological disorder characterized by weakness or paralysis (palsy) of multiple cranial nerves, most often the 6th (abducens) and 7th (facial) nerves. If the 7th nerve is involved, the individual with Moebius syndrome is unable to smile, frown, pucker the lips, raise the eyebrows, or close the eyelids.

Moebius Syndrome is sometimes accompanied by Pierre Robin Syndrome and Poland's Anomaly. Two important nerves - the sixth and seventh cranial nerves - are not fully developed, causing eye muscle and facial paralysis.

In rare cases, familial patterns have been reported. Most likely, Moebius syndrome is multifactorial, which means that both genetic and environmental factors play some causative role. It is possible that in different cases there are different underlying causes (heterogeneity).

It occurs so infrequently that many children go undiagnosed for months and sometimes years after birth. Parents and those affected spend a lot of time and emotional energy explaining and re-explaining this rare condition. Infants sometimes require special bottles (i.e. Haberman Feeder) or feeding tubes to maintain sufficient nutrition. Strabismus (crossed eyes) is usually correctable with surgery.

Comparisons may be useful for a differential diagnosis. Moebius syndrome affects males and females in equal numbers. The exact incidence and prevalence rates of Moebius syndrome are unknown.

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People may become "lopsided" due to Bell's palsy. It affects the main facial nerve that controls the sides of the face and when it get's infected or otherwise damaged, the person is left unable to control the right side of his or her face. The lopsided smile is typical for people affected by Bell's palsy.

The new map also listed Station Square in the location the Mysterious Cat Country was located on the older map, instead of just being located nearby. It is unknown if these were retcons or simply mistakes.Oddly enough, most of the game-related zones mentioned or shown in the comics remain unspecified on either maps. Moebius syndrome impacts the 6th and 7th cranial nerves - they are not fully developed, causing eye muscle and facial paralysis. The movements of the face, blinking, lateral eye movements, and facial expressions are controlled by these nerves. Many of the other 12 cranial nerves may also be affected, including the 3rd, 5th, 8th, 9th, 11th and 12th.

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However, we can move the three-dot configuration around the Möbius strip such that the figure is in the same location, but the colors of the dots listed off clockwise are now red, blue and black. Somehow, the configuration has morphed into its own mirror image, but all we’ve done is move it around on the surface.

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Then put a half twist in it, and glue or tape the ends together. Now, what happens if we flip one of the orientations of the arrows in the above diagram?

The rarity of Moebius Syndrome becomes, in effect, an additional complication of the disorder. Because so few members of the professional and lay public have even heard of Moebius Syndrome, medical and social support, as well as reimbursement from insurance companies are severely limited. This lack of support services puts additional burdens on individuals and their families in their attempts to cope with Moebius Syndrome. Lack of awareness also plays a role in limiting research into potential treatments and cures for Moebius Syndrome. One of the most frustrating aspects of coping with Moebius Syndrome is the surprising lack of awareness among physicians and nurses.

Why Is a Möbius Strip One-Sided?

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Where does the infinity symbol come from?

As a mathematical device, the infinity sign was first "discovered" in 1655 by John Wallis, but its significance as a religious symbol is much older. The infinity sign has its origins in the Arabic numerals that actually came from India in the first place.

Positive Exposure is an organization that uses photography, film, and narrative to transform public perceptions of people living with genetic, physical, intellectual, and behavioral differences. Genetics Home Reference (GHR) contains information on Moebius syndrome.

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Some children have been classified as being on the “autistic spectrum”. The exact relationship between Moebius syndrome and autism is unknown. Moebius syndrome is often associated with a variety of social and psychological consequences. The lack of facial expressions and the inability to smile can cause observers to misinterpret what an affected individual is thinking or feeling or intends. Although clinical anxiety and depression are not more common in children and adolescents with Moebius syndrome, affected individuals may avoid social situations due to apprehension and frustration.

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The concept of a one-sided object inspired artists like Dutch graphic designer M.C. Escher, whose woodcut “Möbius Strip II” shows red ants crawling one after another along a Möbius strip. Möbius discovered the one-sided strip in 1858 while serving as the chair of astronomy and higher mechanics at the University of Leipzig. It has fascinated environmentalists, artists, engineers, mathematicians and many others ever since its discovery in 1858 by August Möbius, a German mathematician who died 150 years ago, on Sept. 26, 1868.

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  • Strabismus (crossed eyes) is usually correctable with surgery.
  • The easiest way to understand a Mobius Strip is to imagine a long strip of paper.
  • PubMed is a searchable database of medical literature and lists journal articles that discuss Moebius syndrome.
  • Although no prenatal test for Moebius Syndrome is currently available, individuals may benefit from genetic counseling.

It affects boys and girls equally, and there appears to be, in some cases, an increased risk of transmitting the disorder from an affected parent to a child. Although no prenatal test for Moebius Syndrome is currently available, individuals may benefit from genetic counseling. Although they crawl and walk later, most Moebius Syndrome children eventually catch up.

Is Moebius syndrome a disability?

Other features of Moebius syndrome can include bone abnormalities in the hands and feet, weak muscle tone (hypotonia), and hearing loss. Moebius syndrome may also be associated with a somewhat increased risk of intellectual disability; however, most affected individuals have normal intelligence.

Whereas a Möbius strip is a surface with boundary, a Klein bottle has no boundary (for comparison, a sphere is an orientable surface with no boundary). The Möbius strip has more than just one surprising property. For instance, try taking a pair of scissors and cutting the strip in half along the line you just drew. You may be astonished to find that you are left not with two smaller one-sided Möbius strips, but instead with one long two-sided loop. If you don’t have a piece of paper on hand, Escher’s woodcut “Möbius Strip I” shows what happens when a Möbius strip is cut along its center line.

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A Möbius strip can be constructed by taking a strip of paper, giving it a half twist, then joining the ends together. If a left handed figure-8 Klein bottle is cut it deconstructs into two left handed Möbius strips, and similarly for the right handed figure-8 Klein bottle.

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The Möbius strip or Möbius band is a surface with only one side and only one boundary component. You can also play a similar game by tracing your finger along one edge of the Möbius strip (just don’t give yourself a paper cut).

Nevertheless, cause of the syndrome remains inconclusive and more basic and clinical research is necessary. In familial cases, there is evidence that Moebius syndrome is inherited as an autosomal dominant trait. Dominant genetic disorders occur when only a single copy of an abnormal gene is necessary for the appearance of the disease. The abnormal gene can be inherited from either parent, or can be the result of a new mutation (gene change) in the affected individual. The risk of passing the abnormal gene from affected parent to offspring is 50% for each pregnancy regardless of the sex of the resulting child.

Just as a Möbius strip is a subset of a solid torus, the Möbius tube is a subset of a toroidally closed spherinder (solid spheritorus). Remember that the intersection pictured is not really there. This description could arguably characterize the distorted personas of Scourge and his Supression Squad as well. The Möbius strip is therefore chiral, which is to say that it is "handed". Combining this with the metaphoric interpretation of the Möbius strip, it could be that Stark found how to make quantum objects evolve such that they revisit a point in time, hence time travel.

The Möbius strip is named after mathematician and astronomer August Ferdinand Möbius. German mathematician Johann Benedict Listing independently thought of the same idea in July 1858. Unfortunately for Listing, one of the most famous surfaces in mathematics was named for Möbius, not Listing. Think about how the gluing of these edges would happen in 2-dimensional Euclidean space. It turns out it is not possible to glue these edges without self-intersections in 2 dimensions.

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Like a normal loop, an ant crawling along it would never reach an end, but in a normal loop, an ant could only crawl along either the top or the bottom. The name Mobius may be a reference to a shape known as the Möbius strip, a shape with no clear start or end that appears to have multiple sides, when in fact there is only one. This could be intended as a reference to the cyclical nature of species dominance on this alternate Earth / Mobius.


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You could continue to draw the line, twisting back towards the outside at the twist, to eventually end up where you started in a complete unbroken line that is twice as long as the space it takes. As long as there is an odd number of twists, this is what will happen when you try to draw that line. Ugg lives on a strange space station, which has been constructed in the shape of a Möbius strip. The station has a central path on both the top and bottom surfaces of the ring.

What is the cause of Moebius Syndrome?

Introduction: One of the most famous surfaces in mathematics, the Möbius (MeR-bee-us) strip can be constructed by cutting a long strip of paper, putting a half twist in it, and gluing the ends of the strip together. Another way of representing the Möbius strip is to draw a picture of how to form it.

Fun with Möbius Strips

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Some affected children have difficulties with speech and delays in speech development. Infants with Moebius syndrome may drool excessively and exhibit crossed eyes (strabismus). Because the eyes do not move from side-to-side (laterally), the child is forced to turn the head to follow objects.

A lot of people have a hard time getting the unique surface of the Mobius strip straight in their minds when they first learn about it. To help, head to the Internet to view an illustrated, moving Mobius strip. Does this help you get a better idea of what the Mobius strip looks like? Show your friends and family members to help them understand, too. It helps to make your own Möbius strip (see today’s Try It Out! section for instructions).