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3,169 Possible Causes for Distractibility, Persistent Notochordal Canal, Small Optic Disc

  • Optic Atrophy-Intellectual Disability Syndrome

    If neither parent is affected and the mutation occurred de novo, the parents have a Introduce objects with bold colors and use simple pictures Reduce distractions and visual[] disc small and large excavation; MRI-brain normal - NHLRC2, NR2F1, PLAC1L, POF1B 6 1 Danielle Bosch 00039410 - PubMed: Bosch 2014, Journal: Bosch 2014, PubMed: Bosch 2016[] notochordal canal syndrome Salla disease Salt-and-pepper syndrome Sandhoff disease Sandhoff disease, adult form Sandhoff disease, infantile form Sandhoff disease, juvenile[]

  • Delirium

    Unfocused and distracted selectivity results in chaotic cognitions and the typical symptoms of delirium .[] Retinitis in these 11 eyes was characterized by peripheral involvement (no optic disc or macular involvement in 10 eyes), small lesion size ( 10% of retinal surface area in[] The essestial features of delirium include: Acute onset (hours/days) and a fluctuating course Inattention or distraction Disorganized thinking or a altered level of consciousness[]

    Missing: Persistent Notochordal Canal
  • Overeating

    Avoid giving children bottles, sippy cups, or other snacks while they are in car seats or strollers (using food for distraction).[] Ms Giller agrees: 'When you are distracted during your meal, you are not able to tune into your fullness signals and will often overeat.[] Eating in a quiet environment without distraction plays an important role in how much you eat.[]

    Missing: Persistent Notochordal Canal Small Optic Disc
  • Cleft Lip

    As an alternative treatment method, distraction osteogenesis has been used successfully in the distraction of the mandible, the maxilla, the entire midface, and the orbits[] Optic disc pit (ODP) is small, gray-white, oval depression found at the optic nerve head.[] Interdental distraction osteogenesis has been introduced as a successful treatment protocol for repairing large clefts.[]

    Missing: Persistent Notochordal Canal
  • Depression

    In a region of the brain known as the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (VLPFC), neurons must fire continuously for people to avoid being distracted.[] Sometimes I go quiet and lock myself in my room and sometimes I have to be doing something at all times of the day to distract myself. What's it like to have depression?[] (These deficits disappear when test subjects are first distracted from their depression and thus better able to focus on the exercise.)[]

    Missing: Persistent Notochordal Canal Small Optic Disc
  • Optic Disc Drusen

    La faculte d'abstraction et de distraction de Napoleon I" (d'apres des documents ine- dits). Chron. med., Par., 1912, xix, 33-37 — Robinson (A. L.).[] Optic disc drusen were significantly associated with small optic discs (p 0.001).[] In addition, she had NVD in both eyes with a small optic disc haemorrhage in the left eye. The retinas appeared normal in both eyes.[]

    Missing: Persistent Notochordal Canal
  • Retinal Degeneration-Nanophthalmos-Glaucoma Syndrome

    […] breaks from visual tasks High illumination from behind Sunglasses, visors or hats may be worn indoors Support use of one sense at a time Reduce visual, auditory, and tactile distractions[] Fundal examination revealed chorioretinal folds with an unusual appearance at the macula with optic disc crowding (Figs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ).[] notochordal canal syndrome 4 Cases 794 Saethre-Chotzen syndrome 3.0 BP * 300493 Sagliker syndrome 60 Cases 140969 Saldino-Mainzer syndrome 10 Cases 370938 Salt-and-pepper[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    Intern Med. 2016;55(8):949-53. doi: 10.2169/internalmedicine.55.5737. Epub 2016 Apr 15. Author information 1 Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Dokkyo Medical University, Japan. Abstract We encountered a 62-year-old woman who experienced frequent episodes of hypoglycemia. She was diagnosed with postprandial[…][]

    Missing: Persistent Notochordal Canal Small Optic Disc
  • Bipolar Disorder

    Mania is a mood disturbance that is characterized by abnormally intense excitement, elation, expansiveness, boisterousness, talkativeness, distractibility, and irritability[] Rapidly changing interests; rapidly changing the topic of conversation or what they are doing or being easily distracted.[] Unrealistic beliefs in one’s abilities and powers, such as feeling able to control world events Decreased need for sleep without feeling tired Racing thoughts or fast speech Distractibility[]

    Missing: Persistent Notochordal Canal Small Optic Disc
  • Congenital Non-Progressive Ataxia

    Ocular findings in 21 cases published since Gillespie's initial description in 1965 include iris and foveal hypoplasia, nystagmus, and small optic discs with pigmentary retinopathy[] notochordal canal syndrome Salla disease Salt-and-pepper syndrome Sandhoff disease Sandhoff disease, adult form Sandhoff disease, infantile form Sandhoff disease, juvenile[] […] syndrome SLC35A1-CDG SLC35A2-CDG SSR4-CDG STT3A-CDG STT3B-CDG SURF1-related Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 4 Sacral agenesis-abnormal ossification of the vertebral bodies-persistent[]

    Missing: Distractibility

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