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10,240 Possible Causes for Dull Facial Expression, Falling, Wide Space Between the First and Second Toe

  • Down Syndrome

    Impact on live birth rates may be minimal in settings where termination rates fall. Population-based studies are required to determine the true impact. 2017 The Authors.[] A wide space, often with a deep fissure between the first and second toes, is also common.[] Beaver Falls, PA 15010 724-773-6851 Children's Specialty Care Center Erie at Magee–Womens, UPMC Hamot Magee–Womens, UPMC Hamot 118 East 2nd Street W1150 Erie, PA 16507 814[]

  • Dementia

    If pain is a falls risk factor, this represents a potentially important point of intervention for falls prevention.[] Blood and urine mercury levels and NSE were falling. Memory function had improved qualitatively and quantitatively. 2016 BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.[] Walking in a curved path configuration increases complexity of the task, reflects real-life environments and situations when falls occur.[]

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  • Parkinson's Disease

    He also stated that he could not move fast enough to break his fall.[] Falls are a frequent problem for people with Parkinson’s disease. Tips for preventing falls are listed. Falls are a frequent complication of Parkinson's disease (PD).[] RESEARCH QUESTION: We investigated the postural control response to vibrotactile feedback provided at the trunk during challenging stance conditions in older adults at high fall[]

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  • Myotonic Dystrophy

    […] nine hole peg test (r 0.602*) and (2) measures of disease severity/burden, such as MIRS (r 0.718*), MDHI (r 0.483*), and DM1-Activ (r -0.749*) (*p KEYWORDS: Balance; DM1; Falls[] Remove loose carpeting from the floor to reduce your risk for a fall. Use chairs with side arms and hard cushions to make it easier to get up or out of a chair.[] […] previously described for the assessment and rating of ataxia (SARA) with the hypothesis that it could have utility in DM1 patients as a measure of disease severity and risk of falling[]

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  • Parkinson's Disease Type 3

    Balance is compromised by the inability to make the rapid, automatic and involuntary adjustments necessary to prevent falling, and falls are common at this stage.[] People in this stage require wheelchairs, and they’re often unable to stand on their own without falling. Around-the-clock assistance is required to prevent falls.[] The person also might need to have railings installed around the house to prevent falls.[]

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  • Allergic Rhinitis

    Each spring, summer, and fall, trees, weeds and grasses release tiny pollen grains into the air. Some of the pollen ends up in your nose and throat.[] Generally, your allergic reaction will be severe or mild, depending on the rise and fall of the pollen count.[] For each child there tends to be a hay fever season that depends on the geographical location; usually it starts in the early spring and continues through the fall.[]

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  • Mental Retardation

    Mild Mental Retardation About 85% of persons that are Mental Retarded fall into this group.[] Consistent with the phenotype, AHSG maps within APMR linkage region 1 (APMR 1) as reported before, and falls within runs of homozygosity (ROH).[] City of Wichita Falls GREAT NEWS!!![]

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  • Myxedema

    The head droops; the patient looks out from under the eyebrows with a silly expression; he walks with a slow, heavy, waddling, uncertain gait, and falls readily, being unable[] They may be disorientated or fall into deep and actual coma. There is also intense swelling of the entire body, particularly the eyelids and the tongue.[] Symptoms worsen and become more obvious with time, the pulse slows; the skin becomes cool, dry and coarse; muscles ache; there is puffiness around the eyes; hair falls out[]

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  • Parkinsonian Disorder

    Backward falls are common and may occur during the early course of the disease. PSP is not usually associated with tremor, unlike Parkinson’s disease.[] Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP presents early on with falls and visual problems.) Corticobasal degeneration (CBD is characterized by dementia and parkinsonism.)[] Most of the symptoms result from a fall in dopamine levels in the brain.[]

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  • Myasthenia Gravis

    Difficulty breathing, including respiratory failure Difficulty swallowing Infections, such as pneumonia Injuries from falls and problems with coordination Call your health[] One year later the patient came to hospital complaining of persistent muscle weakness in the legs, with frequent falls and occasional reduction of upper arm strength.[]

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