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2,551 Possible Causes for Cerebration Impaired

  • Growth Hormone Deficiency

    Growth hormone deficiency may occur in a myriad of conditions, including genetic, malignant and trauma, with short stature and increased adiposity being the main clinical features. An extensive diagnostic workup is necessary to confirm GH deficiency and determine the underlying cause. The mainstay of therapy is[…][]

  • Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis 10

    Cathepsin D (Ctsd) is a ubiquitously expressed aspartic protease functioning primarily in the acidic endosomal/lysosomal cell compartment. At an age of 26 1 days, mice with constitutive Ctsd deficiency (Ctsd(-/-)) die from a neurodegenerative lysosomal storage disease equivalent to the congenital neuronal ceroid[…][]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    This may be related to the gross impairment related to these infections that usually will compromise any oral intact.[] Children who were found to suffer from central nervous system related infections (meningitis and cerebral palsy) had lower serum vitamin D levels.[]

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    The particular cognitive processes differentially affected by rising vs declining BACs raised the possibility that acute alcohol intoxication may impair one cerebral hemisphere[] It has been attributed to reduced cerebral blow flow and/or accumulation of formic acid in the putamen ( 12 ).[] Brain Res 45:59–70 CrossRef Google Scholar Hanchar HJ, Dodson PD, Olsen RW, Otis TS, Wallner M (2005) Alcohol-induced motor impairment caused by increased extrasynaptic GABA[]

  • Constipation

    Circulatory supply to the lower limbs was acutely impaired.[] Normal tone and strength in lower limbs Deformity in lower limbs such as talipes Abnormal neuromuscular signs unexplained by any existing condition, such as cerebral palsy[] His medical history included a diagnosis of cerebral palsy and multiple admissions to hospital with constipation.[]

  • Hyperventilation

    BACKGROUND: Hyperventilation is known to decrease cerebral blood flow (CBF) and to impair cerebral metabolism, but the threshold in patients undergoing intravenous anesthesia[] Abstract In sepsis, higher PaCO2 levels are associated with impaired dynamic cerebral autoregulation (dCA), which may expose the brain to hypo- and hyperperfusion during acute[] Hypocapnia and respiratory alkalosis then occur, leading to dizziness, faintness, numbness of the fingers and toes, possibly syncope, and psychomotor impairment.[]

  • Hypertension

    High blood pressure cause cognitive impairment leading to cerebral vascular lesions (strokes, infarcts, lacunae, white matter lesions) but also leading to cerebral amyloid[] Strong pathophysiological and epidemiological arguments underpin the relationship between high blood pressure and cognitive impairment.[]

  • Essential Hypertension

    […] vessels or encephalopathic changes secondary to implication of the cerebral arterioles.[] Our cases showed arteriolar involvement and clinical symptoms characterized by headaches, dysesthesias, fleeting paralysis, personality changes, intellectual impairment and[] […] the neurological symptoms are caused by cerebral hemorrhages as a result of rupture of diseased vessels, encephalomalacias from thrombosis of the larger atherosclerotic cerebral[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    The frontal lobes of the cerebral cortex are particularly sensitive to alcohol-induced damage [2].[] Increasing evidence suggests that repeated alcohol use functionally impairs the PFC which is responsible for highest-order cognitive function [6], [25].[]

  • Metabolic Syndrome

    The primary intervention goal was reduce insulin defect, impaired cerebral and peripheral insulin signaling, associated with metabolic syndrome.[]

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