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4,031 Possible Causes for Acute Respiratory Failure, Muscle Hypotonia, UDP-GlcNAc Decreased

  • Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

    The resultant respiratory failure can easily occur from the underlying progressive nocturnal hypoventilation and hypoxia or from an acute cardiac insufficiency.[] , absent deep tendon reflexes and fasciculations 3 Mildly elevated creatine kinase levels, severe limb contractures present at an early age 4 Acute onset of weakness, hypotonia[] […] disease in which death usually occurs by the third decade of life (mostly from cardiopulmonary compromise), despite steroid treatment. [13] The most common inciting event is a respiratory[]

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  • Benzodiazepine Overdose

    Toxic leukoencephalopathy can occur acutely following an overdose of benzodiazepine and respiratory failure.[] (lack of muscle tone) Blurry vision Difficulty breathing or depressed breathing Stupor or unresponsiveness Hallucinations Hypotension (lowered blood pressure) Coma Death[] Acute manifestations in overdosed patients usually involve collapse with seizures, cyanosis due to respiratory failure, loss of consciousness, coma and possible cardiac arrest[]

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  • Hypokalemia

    She presented with marked hypophosphatemia, hypokalemia, acute renal failure and acute respiratory failure.[] […] manifestations: -Hypotonia and muscle weakness -Respiratory depression -Muscle cramps -Constipation and/or ileus -Rhabdomyolysis and myoglobinuria In hyperkalemia, the resting[] During admission, he had severe acute respiratory failure secondary to bilateral pneumonia.[]

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  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 2

    Dingyu Tan, Jun Xu, Yi Yang, Ming Gu and Xuezhong Yu, Postoperative acute respiratory failure caused by adult‐onset Pompe disease, The Clinical Respiratory Journal, 12, 1,[] […] deficiency; large amounts of glycogen accumulate in the lysosomes of skeletal muscle, heart, liver, spinal cord, and brain; three forms have been described: the infantile[] Prognosis remains good as long as sustained, strenuous, and weight-bearing exercises are avoided, which can lead to acute renal failure.[]

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  • Acute Hepatic Porphyria

    We reported two patients with acute hepatic porphyria with acute respiratory failure.[] Acute intermittent porphyria as a cause of respiratory failure: case report. Am J Crit Care. 2009;18(2):180, 178-9. 8.[] Attacks or seizures can lead to complications such as respiratory failure which can be fatal if not treated. Around 1% of acute attacks of porphyria are fatal.[]

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  • Hypercalcemia

    Blood Pressure * Low Systemic Arterial Blood Pressure * Tachycardia and Bradycardia * Arterial Hypoxemia * Acute Respiratory Failure * Pulmonary Edema * Polyuria * Oliguria[] Indice testuale * Sudden Deterioration of Neurological Status * Agitation and Delerium * Management of Acute Pain in the Intensive Care Unit * Fever * Very High Systemic Arterial[] Hypomagnesemia* Hypercalcemia and Hypocalcemia * Hypoglycemia * Hyperglycemia * Anemia * Thrombocytopenia * Coagulopathy in the ICU * Jaundice * Gastrointestinal Bleeding * Ascites * Acute[]

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  • Myelopathy

    The craniocervical junction is a rare location for spinal dural arteriovenous fistulas (dAVFs). Typically, fistulas at this location present with findings related to intracranial cortical venous reflux or cervical myelopathy. We present a case of craniocervical junction dAVF with isolated clinical and radiographic findings[…][]

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  • Immunodeficiency Type 23

    Impaired function of PGM3 is demonstrated by decreased enzyme activity, reduced UDP-GlcNAc and reduced N-linked glycosylation and O-linked glycosylation [4] PGM3 is composed[] Decreased muscle tone Low muscle tone [ more ] 0001290 Global developmental delay 0001263 High palate Elevated palate Increased palatal height [ more ] 0000218 Hyporeflexia[] Common neurological symptoms include diminished muscle tone (hypotonia), seizures, deficits in attaining developmental milestones (developmental disability), varying degrees[]

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  • Botulism

    […] tetraparesis and respiratory failure hypotonia head lag ptosis reduced facial expression reduced suck and swallow loss of reflexes slowly improves after weeks Adult intestinal[] hypotonia ( 20, 21 ).[] […] lung injury and adult respiratory distress syndrome; sepsis and other serious infectious diseases; specific organ dysfunction and failure; and many other vital topics.[]

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  • Familial Periodic Paralysis

    The patient had quadriparesis with hypotonia, diminished deep tendon reflexes except delayed relaxation of ankle jerks, flexor plantar response, and prominent neck muscle[] Weakness Severe Axial & Generalized Respiratory Face Course: Slow progression Ophthalmoplegia (40%) Skeletal Palate: High arched Scoliosis (60%) Cardiac: Normal Laboratory Muscle[] Leu1367Val Recessive missense: Glu100Lys; Phe275Leu CACNA1S protein effects CACNA1S levels: Reduced Ca release induced by depolarization: Impaired Clinical Onset age: Neonatal Hypotonia[]

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