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63 Possible Causes for Arteriosclerosis, Failure to Thrive, Risk of Cancer Possibly Increased

  • Hypertension

    In order to side with caution, patients should be advised to drink as little as possible for many reasons, including increased risk of cancer and injury, to name a few, 15[doi.org] When the hypertensinogenic factor cannot be reduced or eliminated, as with systolic hypertension induced by aging (arteriosclerosis), recognition of the underlying cause of[web.archive.org] Relevant information includes the following: Prematurity Bronchopulmonary dysplasia History of umbilical artery catheterization Failure to thrive History of head or abdominal[web.archive.org]

  • Hypothyroidism

    Despite this, the prevalence of arteriosclerosis is lower than among the normal population ( 10 ).[tidsskriftet.no] Infants and children may present more often with lethargy and failure to thrive. Women who have hypothyroidism may present with menstrual irregularities and infertility.[web.archive.org] There is an association between chronic thyroiditis and thyroid nodules, but whether this association is related to an increased risk of thyroid cancer is controversial. 7[web.archive.org]

  • Morbid Obesity

    risk for coronary disease, increased unexplained heart attack, hyperlipidemia, infertility, and a higher prevalence of colon, prostate, endometrial, and, possibly, breast[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] A lipid disorder increases the likelihood of arteriosclerosis and heart disease.[ngpg.org] Clinical features include obesity, increased appetite, low muscle tone, cognitive impairment, distinct behavioral features, hypogonadism, and neonatal failure-to-thrive.[clinicaltrials.gov]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Pioglitazone has been shown to potentially have a modest beneficial impact on cardiovascular disease but has also been associated with a possible increase in the incidence[dx.doi.org] Conclusions In men and women, most variables predicting future diabetes in the present study are also known to be important risk factors for cardiovascular disease and arteriosclerosis[doi.org] Hyperglycemia, failure to thrive and, in some cases, dehydration occur after birth.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Farber Disease

    If you or your doctor thinks that you are at increased risk of developing cancer or may have an inherited risk of cancer, we can provide an estimate of your risk as accurately[dana-farber.org] Adiposa dolorosa 272.8 Adiposalgia 272.8 Adiposis dolorosa 272.8 tuberosa simplex 272.8 Anders' disease or syndrome (adiposis tuberosa simplex) 272.8 Atheromatosis - see also Arteriosclerosis[icd9data.com] Severe cognitive disability, failure to gain motor skills, failure to thrive, and joint contractures developed.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Short Bowel Syndrome

    Acute mesenteric ischemia is a rare symptomatic manifestation of arteriosclerosis.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Protracted postnatal postprandial vomiting with progressive failure to thrive was noted. A laparotomy showed the small bowel was only about 20 cm in length.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] "We recognize there may be an increased risk ... we can't rule out this possibility," an NPS official told the panel.[web.archive.org]

  • Metabolic Syndrome

    […] inhibitors, possible increased risk for myocardial infarction and cancer with calcium antagonists, and myositis and liver dysfunction with statins.[liebertonline.com] Abstract With the world-wide increase of the number of ischemic heart diseases the significance of the so-called factors of risk which initiate an arteriosclerosis or can[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Feeding problems, hypotonia, failure to thrive and inguinal hernia developed shortly after neonatal period ; 3 intracranial ultrasounds were normal.[bib.irb.hr]

  • Heart Disease

    Here are some of the problems that go along with cardiovascular disease: Arteriosclerosis (say: ar-teer-ee-oh-skluh-ROW-sus): also called hardening of the arteries, arteriosclerosis[kidshealth.org] , and in the American Heart Association journal, Circulation, reveals that androgen-deprivation therapy (ADT), a type of prostate cancer treatment, can increase heart risk[naturalnews.com] Oxidative stress can lead to changes in blood fats and lead to arteriosclerosis. That study, however, didn’t show what exactly was causing those changes.[theverge.com]

  • Hypervitaminosis D

    Our study is limited by the use of a preneoplastic lesion, which confers a significantly increased risk of ESCC ( 12 ) but is not itself cancer.[doi.org] Induction of aortic and coronary athero-arteriosclerosis in rats fed a hypervitaminosis D, cholesterol-containing diet. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1971; 138: 975–982.[doi.org] We present a 5-month-old infant who had failure to thrive, refusal to feed, delayed motor development, truncal hypotonia, and dehydration.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Vitamin B Deficiency

    risk of fracture Mild diarrhea or constipation Impaired vision Possible increased risk of cardiovascular disease Possible increased risk of cancer Lightheadedness or fainting[universityhealthnews.com] […] neuralgia (nerve pain) muscle tremor (amyostasia) visual impairment loss of coordination, unsteady gait, impaired fine motor skills grey hairs tingling and numbness of the limbs arteriosclerosis[b12-vitamin.com] […] to thrive and delayed development in infants.[pediatrics.aappublications.org]

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