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159 Possible Causes for Apathy, Failure to Thrive, Tooth Loss

  • Malnutrition

    Other features include reduced physical activity, mental apathy, and retarded psychomotor and mental development [ 4-6 ]. Literature review current through: Dec 2017.[] Tooth loss and other dental issues, loss of appetite and functional decline are contributing factors to malnutrition among older adults.[] Poor nutritional status may cause specific vitamin deficiencies, constipation, tooth decay, osteopenia or osteoporosis, poor growth or delayed growth, and failure to thrive[]

  • Acrodynia

    These include: depression, apathy, fretfulness, loss of appetite, social withdrawal, photophobia sweating, hypotonia, misery, slurring or loss of speech, and insomnia.[] Show Summary Details Quick Reference A rare severe illness of children of teething age, possibly leading to the early loss of the primary teeth and permanent tooth germs.[] […] to thrive.[]

  • Iron Deficiency Anemia

    In addition, children may experience apathy and failure to thrive, and macrocytic anemia is a common feature at all ages.[] Dental abnormalities may be evident on physical examination, including severe tooth abrasion, abfraction, and surface tooth loss. [7, 8] Complications Lead toxicity has neurologic[] In children, iron deficiency causes developmental delays, behavioral disturbances, failure to thrive (grow) and increased infections.[]

  • Kwashiorkor

    […] impoverished regions that is characterized by failure to grow and develop, changes in the pigmentation of the skin and hair, edema, fatty degeneration of the liver, anemia, and apathy[] Chapter 19 Jeanette was suffering from kwashiorkor, a micronutrient deficiency that causes swelling in the hands and feet, tooth loss, distinctive rust-colored hair and a[] Failure to thrive may not be a result of organ disease, physical abuse, or intentional neglect.[]

  • Pernicious Anemia

    In older age groups it is believed to be a major cause of tooth loss.[] We report case of an infant who presented with failure to thrive and developmental delay at 4 months of age.[] Symptoms may include vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, inability to sleep (insomnia), lack of appetite, failure to thrive, a yellow coloration of the skin (jaundice),[]

  • Brandt Syndrome

    Hypogonadism, anorexia, predisposition to bacterial and fungial infections, depresssion, mental lethargy and apathy may also occur.[] Other symptoms can include : tooth decay, and eventual loss of teeth persistent dry cough problems chewing and swallowing hoarse voice difficulty speaking swollen salivary[] Case1: Four-month-old male patient was admitted with diffuse skin eruptions, failure to thrive, edema, hypoalbuminemia and anemia.His sweat test was not diagnostic; but he[]

  • Scurvy

    Scurvy is a thousand-year-old stereotypical disease characterized by apathy, weakness, easy bruising with tiny or large skin hemorrhages, friable bleeding gums, and swollen[] They include bleeding sores, tooth loss, anemia, and a reduced rate of healing for injuries. It can be fatal if left untreated.[] The patient was referred for pathologic fractures of the femur, irritability, and failure to thrive.[]

  • Juvenile Myxedema

    The patient at diagnosis with apathy, myxedema of the extremities, and sparse-brittle hair.[] ORAL MANIFESTATION •The Popular notion that pregnancy cause tooth loss “a tooth for every pregnancy” and that calcium is withdrawn in significant amounts from the maternal[] […] to thrive (783.7) failure to thrive in childhood (783.41) feeding problems (783.3) newborn (779.3) 269.9 Unspecified nutritional deficiency OTHER METABOLIC AND IMMUNITY DISORDERS[]

  • Mercury Poisoning

    […] gut dysbiosis caused by mercury (17) Alzheimer’s Disease Amylotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Ankylosing spondylitis Aneurysm Anger Anorexia (9, 15) Anxiety (9, 17, 18) Apathy[] We present a case report and a histopathologic investigation into the mechanism of the associated tooth loss.[] Abstract An infant presented with failure to thrive and developmental regression.[]

  • Menkes Disease

    Later hypotonia is replaced with muscle weakness and spasticity, this leads to the limitation of spontaneous movements and apathy.[] A newly discovered ATP7A disorder, adult-onset distal motor neuropathy resembling Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 2, shares none of the clinical or biochemical abnormalities[] Affected patients are characterized by progressive hypotonia, seizures, failure to thrive and death in early childhood.[]

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