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83 Possible Causes for Chest X-Ray Abnormal, Neonatal Feeding Difficulties

  • Cardiomyopathy

    Chest x-ray Cardiomegaly left-sided hypertrophy with a balloon appearance Signs of heart failure decompensation: pulmonary edema Endomyocardial biopsy (see pathology) Pathology[] […] period. 40 Infants with D CM often present with symptoms of HF 13,39–42 such as tachypnea, dyspnea, tachycardia, feeding difficulty and failure to thrive. 38–41 These symptoms[] Chest X-ray may reveal an enlarged or abnormal heart shape or excess fluid accumulation within the lungs .[]

  • Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

    An electrocardiogram (ECG) is also done and is almost always abnormal. Other heart tests include a Holter monitor, and chest x-ray.[] We report a 10-year-old girl presenting with severe neonatal hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), feeding difficulties, mildly abnormal facial features, and progressive skeletal[] A chest x-ray may be done, which will show an enlarged heart, but this is not specific to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Observational studies demonstrate that preterm delivery is associated with increased risks of neonatal morbidity, separation of mother and baby and difficulties in achieving[] […] successful breast feeding.[]

  • Dilated Cardiomyopathy

    During the first wheezing episode in children with abnormal vital signs, heart failure should be considered in the differential diagnosis, and a chest X-ray should be performed[] […] period. 40 Infants with D CM often present with symptoms of HF 13,39–42 such as tachypnea, dyspnea, tachycardia, feeding difficulty and failure to thrive. 38–41 These symptoms[] The next one is a chest x-ray which I'll just abbreviate CXR and this is going to show something called cardiomegaly. This just means enlarged heart.[]

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    He was seen in the emergency department and chest x-rays showed no abnormalities.[] […] period, by feeding difficulties, lethargy, respiratory distress, impairment of consciousness, vomiting, convulsions, and coma.[] Chest x-rays and CT may show hyperinflation and bronchial wall thickening as the earliest findings.[]

  • Lung Hernia

    A chest x-ray was obtained (see below) The chest x-ray shows an ovoid air-filled pocket compressing the the cervical trachea and displacing it to the left side.[] Feeding difficulties are common. Many babies need supplemental feeding through a tiny tube in their nose for a period of time.[] A chest X-ray is done to look at the abnormalities of the lungs, diaphragm, and intestine.[]

  • Transposition of the Great Vessels

    Symptoms may include: Rapid, labored breathing Rapid heartbeat Cool, clammy skin Poor appetite A diagnosis may be made from one or several of the following: Chest x-ray[] All cardiac surgeries can be complicated by bleeding, infection, stroke, ventricular failure, and feeding difficulty after surgery (particularly in neonates).[] x-ray findings may suggest the abnormal pattern of the great arteries.[]

  • Myasthenia Gravis

    Chest x-ray, CT scan or MRI may be performed to examine the thymus gland, because abnormalities of the thymus are often linked with myasthenia gravis.[] A transient neonatal form causing hypotonia and feeding difficulties occurs in some newborns born to mothers with MG (transient neonatal myasthenia gravis; see this term).[] 20% of infants with mothers affected by the condition are born with transient neonatal myasthenia (TNM), which generally produces feeding and respiratory difficulties that[]

  • Common Ventricle

    […] heart rhythm, as seen on an electrocardiogram Buildup of fluid around the lungs Heart failure Heart murmur Rapid heartbeat Tests to diagnose DILV may include: Chest x-ray[] […] in feeding, fatigue and irritability since the neonatal period.[] […] weight and grow Pale skin (pallor) Poor feeding from becoming tired easily Sweating Swollen legs or abdomen Trouble breathing Exams and Tests Signs of DILV may include: Abnormal[]

  • Perinatal Atelectasis

    […] of newborn P92.5 Neonatal difficulty in feeding at breast P92.8 Other feeding problems of newborn P92.9 Feeding problem of newborn, unspecified P93 Reactions and intoxications[] Associated symptoms are cough, wheezing, and feeding difficulty, all of which are common in routine outpatient pediatric clinical encounters.[] […] problems of newborn P92.0 Vomiting in newborn P92.1 Regurgitation and rumination in newborn P92.2 Slow feeding of newborn P92.3 Underfeeding of newborn P92.4 Overfeeding[]

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