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2,563 Possible Causes for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Neonatal Hypoglycemia, Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria

  • Addison's Disease

    […] moniliasis Sarcoidosis Sjögren syndrome Chronic active hepatitis Schmidt syndrome Diagnosis History Weakness, fatigue Dizziness Anorexia, nausea, vomiting Abdominal pain[] Worsening chronic fatigue and muscle weakness, loss of appetite and weight loss are characteristic of the disease.[] Chronic diarrhea Depression (60–80% of patients) Decreased cold tolerance Salt craving Physical Exam Weight loss Low BP, orthostatic hypotension Increased pigmentation of[]

    Missing: Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria
  • Panhypopituitarism

    Discussion: Hypoglycemia is often the first sign in childrens with neonatal hypopituitarism.[] Neonatal cholestasis and hypoglycemia: Possible role of cortisol deficiency. J Pediatr 1981;99:577-80. 2.[] In our patient panhypopituitarism had been diagnosed already during the neonatal period.[]

    Missing: Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria
  • Carnitine Transporter Deficiency

    hypoglycemia and sudden death JOURNAL-OF-CLINICAL-INVESTIGATION.[] […] and intermyofibrillar accumulation of mitochondria in muscles ( mitochondria stain red).[] Chronic fatigue syndrome. Early research shows that taking L-carnitine for 2 months can improve symptoms of fatigue.[]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency Secondary to Hypopituitarism

    Neonates Hypoglycemia Micropenis Conjugated hyperbilirubinemia Adrenal crisis secondary to hypocortisolism (vomiting, hypotension) Failure to thrive Midline defects (cleft[] Resolution of this symptom in neonates requires initiating treatment with recombinant human GH injections.[] GHdeficiency (with associated hypoglycemia): Acutely this may be treated with intravenous dextrose-containing fluids.[]

    Missing: Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria
  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Neonatal hypoglycemia, jaundice, polycythemia, and hypocalcemia may complicate GDM as well.[] The neonate did not experience hypoglycemia or other complications. Placental biopsy revealed normal findings.[] The offspring of women with GDM are at increased risk of macrosomia, neonatal hypoglycemia, hyperbilirubinemia, shoulder dystocia, and birth trauma.[]

    Missing: Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria
  • Obesity

    […] effects of infection and, in one case, neonatal death.[] These patients all presented in early life with features of hypocortisolemia secondary to ACTH deficiency, leading to hypoglycemia, prolonged jaundice, susceptibility to the[]

    Missing: Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria
  • Morbid Obesity

    Neonates of women who are obese or morbidly obese are at a higher risk of experiencing metabolic abnormalities.[] The metabolic derangements range from hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, hypothermia, and hyperbilirubinemia.[11] There is a growing body of evidence from developmental origins[]

    Missing: Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria
  • Orthostatic Intolerance due to NET Deficiency

    Neonates born to mothers who are receiving metoprolol during pregnancy may be at risk for hypotension, hypoglycemia, bradycardia, and respiratory depression; monitor neonates[] One of the striking things about POTS is how commonly, like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, infections precede it.[] CDC, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CFS, chronic fatigue syndrome ME, myalgic encephalomyelitis NMH, neurally mediated hypotension NRI, norepinephrine reuptake[]

    Missing: Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria
  • Islet Cell Tumor

    The relationship between her neonatal hypoglycemia, Wilms' tumor, and subsequent islet cell neoplasm is unclear.[] She had a remote history of neonatal hypoglycemia leading to mental retardation and a right Wilms' tumor resected at 8 months.[]

    Missing: Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria
  • Pseudohypoparathyroidism

    She developed neonatal hypoglycemia immediately after birth and hyperbilirrubinemia on the 3rd day of life.[] Neonatal screening tests were normal and her postnatal growth evolved on the 95th percentile with no developmental delay.[]

    Missing: Subsarcolemmal Accumulation of Normal Mitochondria

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