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795 Possible Causes for Failure to Thrive, Tooth Loss

  • 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.[] A 1-month-old boy visited the clinic because of poor feeding, frequent vomiting, hypotonia, and failure to thrive from birth.[]

  • Primary Hyperoxaluria

    The term "infantile oxalosis" is used to describe the triad of anemia, failure to thrive, and acidosis in infants with this condition.[] The severe infantile form is characterized by a failure to thrive, nephrocalcinosis with or without nephrolithiasis and early end-stage renal failure.[] Failure to thrive can be a presenting sign in infants.[]

  • 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.[] Symptoms - Severe congenital neutropenia * Premature tooth loss * Gum infections * Frequent bacterial infections * Fever * Mouth ulcers * Diarrhea * Sore throat * Chills *[]

  • Malnutrition

    Tooth loss and other dental issues, loss of appetite and functional decline are contributing factors to malnutrition among older adults.[] Poor nutritional status may cause specific vitamin deficiencies, constipation, tooth decay, osteopenia or osteoporosis, poor growth or delayed growth, and failure to thrive[] Tooth Loss Can Indicate Malnutrition, Study Finds Oct. 25, 2018 — Older adults are at risk for both impaired oral health and malnutrition, according to a new ... read more[]

  • Pierre Robin Syndrome

    […] syndrome Vertical root fracture Occlusal Tooth loss Edentulism Tooth wear Abrasion Abfraction Acid erosion Attrition Periodontium ( gingiva, periodontal ligament, cementum[] This failure to thrive was reversed in the infants managed with NP tubes in comparison with an age-matched groups nursed while prone.[] Two patients then improved dramatically; whereas one continued with respiratory distress and failure to thrive and required tracheostomy.[]

  • 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[] […] assessment of periodontal pockets, recession, and loss of attachment.[]

  • Premature Tooth Eruption

    Unlike tooth loss in the posterior region, anterior tooth loss does not result in space loss if the primary cuspids are erupted.[] Complications to the infant may include: feeding difficulties: dehydration, malnutrition leading to low weight, small size (failure to thrive) Riga-Fede disease : trauma to[] Infants with congenital orofacial abnormalities (e.g. cleft palate or cleft lip), chronic medical illnesses (such as chronic lung disease, failure to thrive, congenital hypothyroidism[]

  • Menkes Disease

    A newly discovered ATP7A disorder, adult-onset distal motor neuropathy resembling Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 2, shares none of the clinical or biochemical abnormalities[] Affected patients are characterized by progressive hypotonia, seizures, failure to thrive and death in early childhood.[] Patients with MD are characterized by progressive hypotonia, seizures, failure to thrive, and death in early childhood.[]

  • Brandt Syndrome

    Other symptoms can include : tooth decay, and eventual loss of teeth persistent dry cough problems chewing and swallowing hoarse voice difficulty speaking swollen salivary[] Case1: Four-month-old male patient was admitted with diffuse skin eruptions, failure to thrive, edema, hypoalbuminemia and anemia.His sweat test was not diagnostic; but he[] […] to thrive Failure to thrive is also a common feature seen in acrodermatitis enteropathica. [4] Irritability Children are highly irritable.[]

  • 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 .[] In a pediatric patient with GERD and dental erosions, the progression of tooth structure loss may be indicative that existing therapy for GERD is not effective.[]

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