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10 Possible Causes for Bicarbonate Decreased, Dysphagia, Parasomnia

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    Cigarette smoking can reduce the LES pressure[ 117 – 119 ] and decrease salivary bicarbonate secretion, thus reducing the physiological neutralizing effect of saliva on intraesophageal[] Outcomes selected were recurrent or persistent postoperative dysphagia and an abnormal 24-hour pH test result.[] […] secretion of bicarbonate by esophageal submucosal glands and attenuated ability of the cells lining the esophagus to resist acid injury. 1 Diagnosis CLINICAL PRESENTATION[]

  • Gastropathy

    Thus, inhibition of COX by NSAIDs reduces prostaglandin synthesis, thereby diminishing mucosal blood flow and decreasing mucus and bicarbonate secretion.[] […] gastritis and gastroenteritis may affect all age groups and present with failure to thrive (in children), abdominal pain, irritability, gastric dysmotility, vomiting, diarrhoea, dysphagia[] Decreased blood flow and decreased mucosa decrease the healing ability and leave the stomach more exposed to injury from pepsin and gastric acid.[]

  • Irradiation of Neck

    Concentration of different ions and proteins in saliva rises, while the bicarbonate concentration decreases, causing a low salivary pH and a low buffering capacity [ 13, 14[] Dysphagia Head and neck re-irradiation Interval to re-irradiation Re-irradiated volume Re-irradiation toxicity Oral Surgery Oncology Cancer Research Cite this Apa Standard[] Dysphagia, nausea, vomiting and bone marrow suppression were the most common side effects and were associated with cisplatin administration.[]

  • Dehydration

    Mechanisms include bicarbonate loss in stool, ketone production from starvation, and lactic acid production from decreased tissue perfusion.[] Char syndrome also has some less common features including: Hypodontia or missing second / third molars Hearing abnormalities Impaired vision Delayed development Parasomnia[] . - Reduced fluid intake, for example, anorexia, - dysphagia, depression, dementia, confusion, - Laxatives, diuretics, lithium - Dietary or fluid restrictions, - Polypharmacy[]

  • Bulimia

    Finally, in a chronic low potassium environment, a kaliopenic nephropathy occurs when tubular dysfunction leads to decreased urine-concentrating ability.[] . — Cassie Shortsleeve, SELF, "9 Types of Parasomnias That Might Explain That Weird Thing You Do When You Sleep," 5 June 2019 Diana suffered from bulimia, and Victoria has[] Gastrointestinal Patients who induce vomiting will commonly complain of symptoms consistent with gastroesophageal reflux (GERD), dysphagia, and odynophagia [ 20, 21 ].[]

  • Pneumatosis Vaginalis

    Of the following, the MOST likely additional finding is A. decreased bicarbonate concentration B. hypercalcemia C. hyperglycemia D. hyponatremia E. normal anion gap 31- Of[] Definition Term Arousal disorders (parasomnias) – mostly arising out of Definition stages 3 and 4 nonREM sleep Typically occur during first or second cycle of sleep (1-4 hours[] Patients with dysphagia should be studied to ensure that significantly abnormal motility is not present.[]

  • Congenital Pulmonary Hypoventilation

    Then, there will be the signs of respiratory acidosis and increased plasma concentrations of bicarbonate. Increased PaCO 2 will decrease PaO 2 and hypoxia.[] G47.50 Parasomnia, unspecified Inclusion term(s): Parasomnia NOS G47.51 Confusional arousals G47.52 REM sleep behavior disorder G47.53 Recurrent isolated sleep paralysis[] […] respiratory arrests during sleep and, in some cases, to neuroblastoma (tumors of the sympathetic ganglia), Hirschsprung disease (partial agenesis of the enteric nervous system), dysphagia[]

  • Fetal Akinesia - Cerebral and Retinal Hemorrhage Syndrome

    , Blood Arsenic Increased, Blood Bicarbonate Decreased, Blood Bicarbonate Increased, Blood Bilirubin Increased, Blood Bilirubin Unconjugated Increased, Blood Calcium Decreased[] 327.39) organic hypersomnia (327.10-327.19) organic insomnia (327.00-327.09) organic sleep apnea (327.20-327.29) organic sleep related movement disorders (327.51-327.59) parasomnias[] ., "house" for "tree") paraplegia paralysis of both legs parasagittal sagittal section that is lateral to the midline parasomnia disorder in which abnormal behavior intrudes[]

  • Cystic Fibrosis - Gastritis - Megaloblastic Anemia Syndrome

    Support for a pathogenic role for smoking comes from the finding that smoking may accelerate gastric emptying and decrease pancreatic bicarbonate production.[] Dyspareunia Painful Periods Painful Urination (Dysuria) Pancreas Tests Pancreatic Cysts and Pseudocysts Pancreatitis Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder Paranoid Personality Disorder Parasomnias[] Chapter I The Mouth and Œsophagus The Tongue Coating Lingua Nigra Geographical Tongue Neurosis Glossitis Aphthous Stomatitis Heartburn Dysphagia Achalasia of the Cardia Chagas[]

  • Amelogenesis Imperfecta Type 1G with Nephrocalcinosis

    L. when treated with 8.5 gm. sodium bicarbonate per day. Blood chlorides were 110 to 115 mEq./L. when untreated and have progressively decreased to 102 mEq.[] […] deficiency 5 Families 137911 Autism-facial port-wine stain syndrome 4 Cases 324636 Autoerythrocyte sensitization syndrome 170 Cases 420789 Autoimmune encephalopathy with parasomnia[] , early-onset, 614399 MEGF10 Myopathy, areflexia, respiratory distress, and dysphagia, early-onset, mild variant, 614399 DNM2 Myopathy, centronuclear, 160150 MYF6 Myopathy[]

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