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525 Possible Causes for Agenesis of the Occipital Lobes, Poor Motor Development

  • Fukuyama Muscular Dystrophy

    In childhood, muscle weakness and contractures restrict movement and interfere with the development of motor skills such as sitting, standing and walking.[] Uncommonly, agenesis of septum pellucidum can be seen. Polymicrogyria typically seen in the frontal and parietal lobes.[] Some antigravity movements were present in both arms and legs but the pattern of spontaneous movements was very poor.[]

  • Congenital Muscular Dystrophy

    motor development.[] Uncommonly, agenesis of septum pellucidum can be seen. Polymicrogyria typically seen in the frontal and parietal lobes.[] This is when parents begin to notice that their child’s motor functions and muscle control aren’t developing as they should.[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    development - Poor linear growth - Raised intracranial pressure - Dilated cardiomyopathy - Symptoms of hypocalcaemia - tetany, stridor, seizure Radiological features - Splaying[] 18 months) - Craniotabes (softening of skull bones) - Delayed closure of anterior fontanelle - Frontal bossing - Minimal trauma fractures Non-Bony Signs - Delayed gross motor[]

    Missing: Agenesis of the Occipital Lobes
  • Anemia

    Anemia in children has been associated with impaired cognitive performance, motor development, coordination, language development, and scholastic achievement.[] Most correlational studies have found associations between iron-deficiency anemia and poor cognitive and motor development and behavioral problems.[] Anemia in women reduces their work productivity and places them at risk for poor pregnancy outcomes including increased risk of maternal mortality, perinatal mortality, premature[]

    Missing: Agenesis of the Occipital Lobes
  • Occipital Encephalocele

    A few patients may even develop motor impairment.[] MRI also showed mild hydrocephalus, hypoplasia of the corpus callosum and tentorium cerebelli, dropping down of the bilateral occipital lobes and vermicular agenesis.[] Ataxia In this condition, affected patients may experience poor coordination and unsteadiness due to the failure of the brain to regulate the posture of the body as well as[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    TEENS WHO DRINK INCREASE THEIR RISK OF: Developing an alcohol use disorder Learning and memory problems, including poor school performance Injury Sexual assault Death THE[] EFFECTS INCLUDE: Reduced inhibitions Slurred speech Motor impairment Confusion Memory problems Concentration problems Alcohol poisoning Breathing problems Car crashes and[]

    Missing: Agenesis of the Occipital Lobes
  • Commissural Facial Cleft

    The neurologic signs usually present in the neonate are poor head control, retarded motor development, spasticity, and respiratory failure.[] The cephalocele sac variably includes the brainstem, occipital lobes, subarachnoid or ventricular CSF spaces, and the dural venous sinuses.[] Hypoplasia or agenesis of the corpus callosum, occipital and cervical osseous defects, 477 478 Nun ez et al Fig. 47. Chiari type II malformation.[]

  • Iron Deficiency Anemia

    […] neurological development, including decreased learning ability and altered motor functions.[] […] suggested to be the most specific for iron deficiency anemia.Other possible symptoms and signs of iron-deficiency anemia include: Iron-deficiency anemia is associated with poor[]

    Missing: Agenesis of the Occipital Lobes
  • Hospital Addiction Syndrome

    Both marijuana and alcohol exposure through breast milk result in decreased motor development at age 1 year.[] Infant should be monitored closely for signs such as uneasy sleep, irritability, and poor feeding or sucking. [63, 64] Enrollment in a drug rehabilitation program may be a[]

    Missing: Agenesis of the Occipital Lobes
  • Hypothyroidism

    Two Chinese studies found mildly elevated TSH in early pregnancy was associated with poor intellectual and motor development in children [ Li et al. 2010 ; Su et al. 2011[] Children born to mothers with SCH The evidence related to association between impaired neuropsychological development and SCH in pregnancy is conflicting and insufficient[]

    Missing: Agenesis of the Occipital Lobes

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