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1,798 Possible Causes for Behavior Problem, Renal Insufficiency

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    If your brain is affected by lupus, you may experience headaches, dizziness, behavior changes, vision problems, and even strokes or seizures.[] insufficiency; diabetes mellitus; methotrexate; and virus vaccines Laboratory data: CBC; white blood cell differential count; renal function studies, including measurement[] This can cause headaches, dizziness, memory disturbances, vision problems, seizures, stroke, or changes in behavior.[]

  • Mercury Poisoning

    At high levels of exposure, methylmercury's harmful effects on these animals include death, reduced reproduction, slower growth and development, and abnormal behavior.[] . Giving alkaline solution to the patient to fight metabolic acidosis, which has resulted from renal insufficiency. 35.[] CHRONIC (LONG-TERM) ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS Chronic toxic effects may include shortened lifespan, reproductive problems, lower fertility, and changes in appearance or behavior.[]

  • Hyponatremia

    behavior. [21] Psychosis after a seizure is relatively common, occurring in between 6 and 10% of people. [22] Often people do not remember what occurred during this time.[] Thus patients with lung (pneumonia, etc.), cardiac (cardiac failure), kidney (renal insufficiency), hepatic (cirrhosis), endocrine (hypothyroidism, adrenal insufficiency)[] ., Pasque, C.B. and Rodriguez, M. (1990) Renal Sodium and Water Handling in Hypothyroid Patients: The Role of Renal Insufficiency.[]

  • Tuberous Sclerosis

    Tuberous sclerosis complex is a multisystem disorder associated with high rates of mental retardation, autism, cognitive impairment, behavioral problems, or seizures.[] Renal cysts are more likely to present with hypertension and renal insufficiency or failure and are less likely to present with hemorrhage.[] Behavioral problems. Common behavioral problems may include hyperactivity, self-injury or aggression, or issues with social and emotional adjustment. Kidney problems.[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    For physicians, if the cause of abnormal behavior cannot be detected, hypoglycemia should be suspected.[] failure, blindness, amputation, stroke and heart attack.[] , lips, or tongue irritability abnormal behavior lightheadedness unsteady movement inability to concentrate personality changes headache restlessness Severe Hypoglycemia If[]

  • Encephalopathy

    Memory problems. See your doctor if you have concerns about your memory or other thinking (cognitive) or behavior problems. Personality or mood changes.[] By the age of 13 years, the patient suffered from terminal renal insufficiency and finally required dialysis. One year later she underwent renal transplantation.[] UREMIC ENCEPHALOPATHY Uremia describes the final stage of progressive renal insufficiency, which culminates in end-stage kidney failure with neurologic involvement.[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Alcohol intoxication causes behavior problems and mental changes.[] […] causal evidence IIA17 Prostate cancer C61 Detrimental Insufficient causal evidence IIA19 Kidney and other urinary organ cancers C64–C66, C68 (except C68.9) Beneficial (renal[] , poorer short-term memory functioning) and behavioral problems (e.g., high impulsivity, high activity level) into childhood and adolescence.[]

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    A 2.5-year-old child presented with a sleep disturbance initially diagnosed as a behavioral problem.[] Insufficiency S 821 Diagnostic Delay in Blunt Abdominal Trauma S 822 Gardners Syndrome Examination of Patients with Intestinal Polyposis S 823 Indications for Surgery and[] Behaviors that can worsen reflux include eating meals just before going to bed, lying down soon after eating meals, and eating very large meals.[]

  • Hypertensive Encephalopathy

    Página 64 - Report of the medical consultants on the diagnosis of death to the President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral[] However, the potential for cyanide toxicity limits the prolonged use of nitroprusside, particularly in patients with renal insufficiency.[] Treatment:- • Lowering BP too quickly may compromise tissue perfusion and can cause cerebral damage, including occipital blindness, and precipitate coronary or renal insufficiency[]

  • Metabolic Encephalopathy

    When further specified as a specific type, delirium is still classified in the section of ICD-9 reserved for mental and behavioral problems (located between drug-induced mental[] Encefalopatia by Thalia Fierros on Prezi Increased tyrosine nitration of the brain in chronic renal insufficiency: Offspring of a proband.[] Certain drugs may also be needed when the patient who is exhibiting confusion and abnormal behaviors has to undergo medical testing or treatment, or is endangering his own[]

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