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504 Possible Causes for Failure to Thrive, Kidney Failure, Tooth Loss

  • Primary Hyperoxaluria

    The term "infantile oxalosis" is used to describe the triad of anemia, failure to thrive, and acidosis in infants with this condition.[] We present a young man with end-stage renal disease who received a kidney allograft and experienced early graft failure.[] The severe infantile form is characterized by a failure to thrive, nephrocalcinosis with or without nephrolithiasis and early end-stage renal failure.[]

  • Hypertension

    Natural history of periodontitis: Disease progression and tooth loss over 40 years.[] Relevant information includes the following: Prematurity Bronchopulmonary dysplasia History of umbilical artery catheterization Failure to thrive History of head or abdominal[] Essential hypertension is a major risk factor for stroke, myocardial infarction, and heart and kidney failure.[]

  • Cystitis

    Tooth eruption defects and severe dental caries are common.[] A kidney infection is serious and needs prompt medical attention as it can cause kidney damage or even kidney failure.[] Developing kidney failure in pyelonephritis can be confirmed by the presence of high levels of urea in blood samples.[]

  • Hypophosphatasia

    The descriptions include both the manifestations of the disorder and the subsequent patterns of tooth loss.[] The infantile case presented with failure to thrive, hypotonia, and radiologic rickets at 4 months old.[] This excess of calcium may also lead to renal damage and kidney failure.[]

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    Oral Symptoms include: burning mouth syndrome, tooth sensitivity, loss of the vertical dimension of cculsion and aesthetic disfigurement. [11] Respiratory: Gastric acid in[] In pediatrics, the presentation is often non-specific, with vomiting, upper and lower respiratory symptoms, irritability, aversion to food, and failure to thrive 2.[] Occasionally severe allergic reactions, anaphylactic reactions, muscle weakness, reversible confusional states, mental disturbances, liver failure, kidney damage, and angina[]

  • Nephrocalcinosis

    She had tooth decay, but no inner enamel loss.[] Two children from a consanguineous family of Chinese Han origin demonstrated manifestations of rickets, polyuria, polydipsia, hematuria and failure to thrive.[] He exhibited an advanced stage of chronic kidney failure.[]

  • Rathbun Syndrome

    The defective bone and tooth mineralization can lead to muscle weakness, achy bone pain, fractures, early tooth loss, lack of cementum and cavities due to thin enamel.[] Infantile Rathbun syndrome cases present with complaints during the first six months of life, consisting of failure to thrive, rachitic chest, hypotonia, seizures, vomiting[] loss can cause malnutrition and inhibit speech development.[]

  • Liver Cirrhosis

    loss 216 473 (207 563–226 331) 275 619 (264 201–288 252) 27·3 (26·9 to 27·7) * Anxiety disorders 232 597 (204 165–264 445) 267 202 (234 064–306 318) 14·9 (13·0 to 16·8) *[] If left untreated, cirrhosis can lead to serious complications such as: kidney failure malnutrition diabetes liver cancer Children with cirrhosis bruise and bleed easily and[] Complications at this stage include coma, kidney failure, jaundice, infection, and hemorrhages.[]

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    […] of bone density hair loss or thinning soft, fine hair that grows on the face and body (lanugo) tooth pain dehydrated breathless slowed heart rate abnormal heartbeat or heart[] failure) Fainting, fatigue, and overall weakness Dry hair and skin, hair loss Growth of a downy layer of hair (lanugo) all over the body, including the face, in an effort[] […] from repeated diarrhea or vomiting Thyroid gland problems Tooth decay Talk to your health care provider if someone you care about is: Too focused on weight Over-exercising[]

  • Congenital Neutropenia

    Oral manifestations include ulcerations, gingival desquamation, gingival inflammation, attachment loss, and alveolar bone loss which may result in tooth loss.[] He had severe OSA, decreased oral intake, and failure to thrive (FTT) which all improved after undergoing a successful intracapsular T&A.[] Patients present with an enlarged liver and spleen, failure to thrive, kidney problems, hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar) and recurrent infections.[]

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