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26 Possible Causes for Congenital Fractures, Dysgeusia

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    Fractures 5. Congenital/developmental disorders A. Aplasia B. Hypoplasia C. Hyperplasia II. MASTICATORY MUSCLE DISORDERS 1. Muscle pain A. Myalgia 1. Local myalgia 2.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Acute Sinusitis

    (from trauma) that restrict the nasal passages Congenital diseases, such as cystic fibrosis Asthma and other reactive diseases (4)(5) Types of Chronic Sinusitis or Chronic[everydayhealth.com] Nasal polyps (abnormal growths inside the nose) Deviated nasal septum (a bending of the wall between the two nostrils) Weakened immune system, such as from HIV/AIDS Facial fractures[everydayhealth.com]

  • Chronic Sinusitis

    (from trauma) that restrict the nasal passages Congenital diseases, such as cystic fibrosis Asthma and other reactive diseases (4)(5) Types of Chronic Sinusitis or Chronic[everydayhealth.com] Nasal polyps (abnormal growths inside the nose) Deviated nasal septum (a bending of the wall between the two nostrils) Weakened immune system, such as from HIV/AIDS Facial fractures[everydayhealth.com]

  • Zinc Deficiency

    The nine well children included five children who were awaiting elective surgery (two for congenital deformities and three with frozen elbows due to previous fractures), two[doi.org] KEYWORDS: Cu/Zn ratio; Dysgeusia; Salty taste; Zn deficiency [Indexed for MEDLINE] Free full text[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Routine monitoring of zinc levels is hence unnecessary for asymptomatic patients after RYGB and should be reserved for patients with skin lesions, hair loss, pica, dysgeusia[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Epilepsy

    Allen Hauser, Risk of Age‐Related Fractures in Patients with Unprovoked Seizures, Epilepsia, 30, 3, (348-355), (2007). M. L.[dx.doi.org] Friis, Facial clefts and congenital heart defects in children of parents with epilepsy: genetic and environmental etiologic factors, Acta Neurologica Scandinavica, 79, 6,[dx.doi.org]

  • Anosmia

    fracture, or after pituitary surgery congenital- eg Kallmann syndrome (hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism), cleft palate meningioma of the olfactory groove and other tumours[litfl.com] Associated medical events accompanying anosmia included dysgeusia, cerebrospinal fluid leaks, and meningitis.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] We describe the clinical progression of her disease, from symptoms of parosmic and phantosmic episodes accompanied by dysgeusia to total anosmia at the 18-month follow-up.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Petrositis

    […] dehiscences,patent sutures,prevous skull fractures etc 4.[slideshare.net] […] decalcification(a/c infection),osteitis,cholesteatoma,granulation tissue (c/c)2.Venous thrombophlebitis-V of HS dural V dural venous sinuses supfl veins of brain3.Preformed pathways-congenital[slideshare.net]

  • Sinusitis

    […] defining and recording adverse events should be considered at the protocol stage and the adverse events recorded should include gastrointestinal disturbances, skin rashes, dysgeusia[doi.org] Causes of sinonasal inflammation include: Viruses Bacteria Fungus Nasal allergy Reactive airway disease, such as Asthma and Samter’s triad Congenital diseases, such as Cystic[care.american-rhinologic.org] (from trauma) that restrict the nasal passages Congenital diseases, such as cystic fibrosis Asthma and other reactive diseases (4)(5) Types of Chronic Sinusitis or Chronic[everydayhealth.com]

  • Chronic Otitis Media

    […] bone fracture ("post-traumatic" cholesteatoma).[ims.uniklinik-freiburg.de] These events may cause dysgeusia, hypogeusia or even ageusia, which are most of the times transitional complaints during postoperative.[scielo.br] Cholesteatoma - a special form of chronic otitis media - can in rare cases be congenital ("genuine" cholesteatoma) or else acquired, for example after a longitudinal temporal[ims.uniklinik-freiburg.de]

  • Pathological Fracture

    Other symptoms include dysesthesia, halitosis, dysgeusia and food impaction [ 5 ].[omicsonline.org] Congenital Pseudoarthrosis: Rare; equally in girls and boys Almost always unilateral Fractures occur during first 2 yrs of life, usually shortly after birth Associated with[pathologyoutlines.com] […] and disorderly membranous bone may resemble osteosarcoma Increased callus is present in unstable areas Pseudoarthrosis: False joint developing after chronic nonunion of a fracture[pathologyoutlines.com]

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