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17 Possible Causes for Deep Foot Creases, Weight Gain

  • HAIR-AN Syndrome

    […] loss Back Pain Stress management Weight gain Cancer Prevention Healthy Digestion Healthy Heart[] There might also be a deep crease on the sole of the foot where the gap is.[] Overall, Cushing's syndrome is a very rare cause of weight gain.[]

  • Pes Planus

    Excessive weight gain, aging, and gender may be important factors effecting the lowering of the pitch and the increasing of spur formation.[] In unilateral cases, the clubfoot side is often shorter, and there are deep-seated medial skin creases.[] Some people may have pain because of: Changes in work environment, Minor injury, Sudden weight gain, Excessive standing, walking, jumping, or running, Poorly fitted footwear[]

  • Foot Deformity

    […] examination usually reveals a rigid foot with a “reversed” arch, a convex plantar surface, and a deep crease on the lateral dorsal side of the foot.[] Other contributing factors include obesity, recent weight gain, and occupations that require prolonged standing.[] When patients gain excess weight the body begins to change the way its joints, muscles and tendons function.[]

  • Congenital Clubfoot

    With participation free of bracing, mild forms of clubfoot will respond to active weight bearing and reverse foot deviations on their own.[] The foot is turned inward and there is often a deep crease on the bottom of the foot.[] In unilateral cases, the clubfoot side is often shorter, and there are deep-seated medial skin creases.[]

  • Blepharophimosis - Intellectual Disability Syndrome Type Verloes

    High forehead Muscular hypotonia of the trunk Deep palmar crease Multiple lipomas Infantile muscular hypotonia Dextrocardia Flat occiput Narrow palpebral fissure Preaxial[] […] plantar creases Exotropia Pectus carinatum Flat face Tics Fingernail dysplasia Finger clinodactyly Melanocytic nevus Ectrodactyly Alopecia of scalp Split foot Fair hair Sparse[] […] arteries Unilateral narrow palpebral fissure Wide nasal ridge Narrow forehead Peripheral demyelination Large fleshy ears Genu valgum Long upper lip Progressive visual loss Deep[]

  • Kleiner Holmes Syndrome

    […] plantar creases Deep plantar creases HP:0001869 - 26.1.4 Abnormal dermatoglyphics on feet - - - 26.1.5 Absent feet - - - 26.1.6 Asymmetric feet - - - 26.1.7 Split/cleft foot[] Valproate and lithium may be preferred because of atypicals’ risk of weight gain and metabolic syndrome.[] Weight gain of up to 6kg within the first 12 months of treatment is almost universal [ 110 ] and may represent either adipose tissue expansion or water retention.[]

  • Pneumatosis Vaginalis

    1. jaundice 2. vomiting 3. hypoglycemia 4. seizures 5. cataracts 6. hepatosplenomegaly 7. poor weight gain **often times the initial presentation is E. coli sepsis You are[] Of the following, the physical finding that is MOST consistent with prematurity rather than intrauterine growth restriction is A. creases over entire sole of foot B. descended[] Failure to gain weight without evident cause is the most obvious manifestation of failure to thrive b.[]

  • 8p Inverted Duplication / Deletion Syndrome

    Excessive weight gain during puberty n.e. 20. Genitourinary anomalies n.e. 21. Sensorineural hearing loss e 22.[] There are no deep palmar creases. C. wears foot orthoses to compensate for valgosity.[] Theoretically, excessive weight gain is well known tobe either the direct influence of genetic or environmental causes[14].[]

  • Trisomy 8q

    Some signs of low thyroid hormone include fatigue, weight gain, and depression. People with distal 18q- should be screened for thyroid problems once a year.[] Multiple hand and foot anomalies were noted, including overlapping digits, 2-3rd toe syndactyly and deep sole creases.[] Hypotonia can affect infants, most often related to difficulty feeding, resulting in the failure to gain weight and grow at the expected rate (failure to thrive).[]

  • Renpenning Syndrome 1

    […] plantar creases Prominent nasal tip Bruxism Low hanging columella Large earlobe Typical absence seizures Drowsiness Pulmonary artery stenosis Misalignment of teeth Abnormal[] These include short stature poor motor skills weight gain underdeveloped sex organs mild mental retardation and learning disabilities there is no cure for pws.[] Affected children will often fail to gain weight or grow at the expected rate for age and gender (failure to thrive) and may be at risk of aspiration, however, some infants[]

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