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3,850 Possible Causes for Dysgeusia, Hearing Problem, Variable Malocclusions

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    problems, upper shoulder pain, and ringing in the ears (tinnitus).[] […] of variable degree and duration.[] problems, upper shoulder pain , and ringing in the ears (tinnitus).[]

  • Common Cold

    The symptoms are uncharacteristic vertigo and, in some cases, hearing impairment and tinnitus.[] PLF is considered rare, but is known to occur during childbirth, straining, weightlifting, head trauma, and diving with middle ear equalizing problems.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Pregnancy

    These children are at increased risk for problems such as developmental delays, vision and hearing problems, and cerebral palsy. 4 According to the March of Dimes, as many[] Many survivors face a lifetime of disability, including learning disabilities and visual and hearing problems.[] People with FAS can have problems with learning, memory, attention span, communication, vision, or hearing. They might have a mix of these problems.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Acute Sinusitis

    […] including hearing loss, balance problems, Meniere's disease, tinnitus and ear infections.[] Hearing and Balance Services: Hearing services at Missouri Baptist Medical Center include diagnosis and treatment for a variety of hearing disorders, diseases and conditions[] Missouri Baptist Medical Center provides comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for all ear, nose and throat (ENT) problems in adults and children.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Periodontitis

    To clarify use of the term, “apical” in the diagnosis, it is becoming more commonplace to hear the term “periradicular” instead of “apical” or “periapical”.[] This is because the word “apical” implies that the problem originated at the tooth’s root tip; “periapical” implies that it began somewhere around the root tip.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Neurotic Disorder

    problems Psychiatric disorders Sleeping problems Epilepsy Respiratory dysfunction Dysarthria Gelsatic cataplexy Dysphagia Vertical gazy palsy Ataxia Learning difficulties[] They may be: Yellow skin and eye coloration Unsteady movement Trouble walking Problems swallowing Unable to look up or down Problems seeing Hearing loss Slurred speech Enlarged[] You Worry Often Giphy Considering that neurotic people are easily stressed and likely to freak out over small problems, it's probably no surprise to hear that they also tend[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Chronic Kidney Insufficiency

    During an exam, your health care provider may also hear abnormal heart or lung sounds in your chest. You may have signs of nerve damage during a nervous system exam.[] Common signs and symptoms of CKD include difficulty urinating ( dysuria ), dizziness, foamy urine, frequent urination at night ( nocturia ), metallic taste (dysgeusia), swelling[] Symptoms develop slowly and in advanced stages include anorexia, nausea, vomiting, stomatitis, dysgeusia, nocturia, lassitude, fatigue, pruritus, decreased mental acuity,[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Chronic Otitis Media

    Chronic otitis media can seriously affect quality of life progressively and in long-term, and it remains the major source of hearing problems in the developing world.[] These events may cause dysgeusia, hypogeusia or even ageusia, which are most of the times transitional complaints during postoperative.[] A chronic ear infection can cause severe hearing problems. Such a hearing deficit in young children can lead to speech and language problems early in their development.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Microtia

    problems.[] Facial asymmetry, malocclusion, facial nerve palsy, and macrostomia as well as thoracic deformities can also accompany MI.[] When accompanied by a missing ear canal it also can cause hearing problems and difficulty telling which direction a sound comes from.[]

    Missing: Dysgeusia
  • Bell's Palsy

    I also had hearing problems and all sounds were tinny and annoying. The hearing was one of the first things to recover.[] At the onset, 136 patients presented postauricular pain, 114 were affected by dry eye, and 94 reported dysgeusia.[] Adour et al. ( Adour 1978 ) advocated making a diagnosis based on the history and clinical symptoms including the presence of taste and the absence of hearing problems.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions