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1,445 Possible Causes for Asymmetric Nipples, Average Intelligence, Dropping Things

  • Syringomyelia

    .” – SM and papilledema with intracranial hypertension “I drop things all of the time and my arms are weak.” – SM and cervical syrinx “My heart rate skyrockets whenever I[themighty.com]

    Missing: Asymmetric Nipples
  • Chorea Gravidarum

    Chorea gravidarum is a term denoting the appearance of non-voluntary, non-rhythmic and abrupt movements during pregnancy, often without an identifiable cause. Antiphospholipid syndrome, rheumatic fever, and use of oral contraceptives are considered as most important conditions that can induce chorea gravidarum[…][symptoma.com]

    Missing: Asymmetric Nipples
  • Rheumatic Chorea

    Intellectual impairment has been reported in one family in which affected individuals had intelligence quotient scores averaging 10 points lower than unaffected relatives.[emedicine.medscape.com] As symptoms progress, the person may appear clumsy and drop things or fall frequently. Eventually, the uncontrollable, jerky, and irregular movements develop.[medicineonline.com]

    Missing: Asymmetric Nipples
  • Motor Neuron Disease

    Someone may notice they are tripping when walking or dropping things. Average life expectancy is from two to five years from onset of symptoms.[imnda.ie] […] in your ankle or leg – you might trip, or find it harder to climb stairs slurred speech, which may develop into difficulty swallowing some foods a weak grip – you might drop[nhs.uk] Symptoms can be mild at first and a tendency to drop things is often one of the first signs of the condition to develop.[news-medical.net]

    Missing: Asymmetric Nipples
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    "You drop things or you can't grasp things as you might have been able to do in the past," she said.[web.archive.org] Other early symptoms vary but can include tripping, dropping things, abnormal fatigue of the arms and/or legs, slurred speech, muscle cramps and twitches, and/or uncontrollable[alsa.org]

    Missing: Asymmetric Nipples
  • Parkinson's Disease

    “I know sometimes he wishes he could pull me up some hill, drop me at the end and sprint away, but there are little things he does for himself where he finds happiness.[nytimes.com]

    Missing: Asymmetric Nipples
  • Craniofrontonasal Dysplasia

    nipples and volume, webbed neck, hand or foot abnormalities such as clinodactyly (most common is a curved 5th finger) and cutaneous syndactyly (webbed fingers / toes).Females[en.wikipedia.org] In conclusion, individuals diagnosed with frontonasal dysplasia usually are of average intelligence and can expect a normal life span.[ruralneuropractice.com] Nipples were placed widely and asymmetrically. Examination of the spine revealed scoliosis in the thoracolumbar region.[mjdrdypu.org]

    Missing: Dropping Things
  • Hallermann-Streiff Syndrome

    The average final height for females is about 60 in (152 cm) and for males it is about 61 in (155 cm).[encyclopedia.com] […] girlfriend with body shot in sparring session A Shaw Thing MMA fighter T.J.[thesun.co.uk] Most individuals are of normal intelligence; however, it is estimated that 15-30% of individuals with Hallermann-Streiff syndrome show some degree of mental impairment or[encyclopedia.com]

    Missing: Asymmetric Nipples
  • Craniosynostosis

    nipples, bifid digits and agenesis of the corpus callosum. 30 The identification of causative mutations in EFNB1, which confer loss of function and are correspondingly diverse[nature.com] […] hypertelorism, unicoronal or bicoronal synostosis, bifid nasal tip, characteristic longitudinal nail splits ( Figure 1m and o ) and, at lower frequency, sloping shoulders, asymmetric[nature.com]

    Missing: Dropping Things
  • Lead Poisoning

    Performance on tests of visual spatial intelligence and auditory memory/attention was below average in these patients, which may underlie their reported learning disabilities[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The only thing different was the time period: Crime rates rose dramatically in the '60s through the '80s, and then began dropping steadily starting in the early '90s.[web.archive.org] Low intelligence increases the risk of offending, and there is a dose-response relationship between lead exposure in childhood and a decline in average IQ 13, 19, 23.[doi.org]

    Missing: Asymmetric Nipples