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12 Possible Causes for Feeding Problems (43%)

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  • Uncinate Seizure

    .  Misery/ distress to the family/ psychological problems. 43.[] Associated Problems:  Flexor spasms/ contractures.  Language deficit/ deafness.  Feeding difficulties/ constipation/ incontinence.  Infections esp resp. tract infection[]

  • Inadequate Dietary Intake of Folic Acid

    Sharp WG, Berry RC, McCracken C, Nuhu NN, Marvel E, et al. (2013) Feeding problems and nutrient intake in children with autism spectrum disorders: a meta-analysis and comprehensive[] J Autism DevDisord 43:2159-2173.[]

  • Cerebral Palsy

    Impact of feeding problems on nutritional intake and growth: Oxford Feeding Study II. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2002; 44:461. 43.[]

  • Metachromatic Leukodystrophy

    Additionally, severe spasticity was a frequent problem in nontransplanted patients with 9 of 21 juvenile patients (43%) needing intrathecal baclofen treatment.[] At latest assessment, 17 of 21 evaluable nontransplanted patients (81%) required feeding via gastrostomy whereas only 1 transplanted patient (late-infantile) required gastrostomy[]

  • Hypernatremia

    A detailed maternal and infant history and examination including presenting complaints, risk factors, feeding problems, and weight loss, if present, were registered.[] RESULTS: Among 1150 neonates admitted to our unit, 64 (5.6%) had serum sodium concentrations of 145 mEq/L, in whom 43 of them had sodium concentrations of 149 mEq/L.[]

  • Ataxia Telangiectasia

    […] may be at higher risk for pulmonary complications during anesthesia[ 42, 43 ].[] Post-operatively, a slow re-introduction of feeds to minimize feeding intolerance, and prompt weaning from mechanical ventilation and early extubation may minimize complications[] […] more significant lung pathology, including an abnormal chest x-ray, compromised pulmonary function, the need for bronchodilators, older age and concurrent other medical problems[]

  • Russell-Silver Syndrome

    Feeding problems in Silver–Russell syndrome. Dev. Med. Child Neurol. 43(1), 39–44 ( 2001 ).[]

  • Meconium Ileus

    Start feeds with elemental diet and low osmolar feeds 43. Use of gastrostomy and trans anastomotic tubes Gastrostomy -Very few surgeons advocate now, less useful.[] Trans anastomotic tubes • Can be used for early postoperative feedingProblems associated are – Difficult insertion – kinking and displacement of tube back into the stomach[]

  • Polymicrogyria

    The pseudobulbar involvement results in restricted tongue movements, drooling, feeding problems, and dysarthria.[] Developmental language disorder can be associated with BPP, and its severity depends on the extent of the cortical damage. 43 Patients with marked dysarthria are often labelled[]

  • Aicardi's Syndrome

    Onset occurs within the first few days or month of life with severe, subacute encephalopathy (feeding problems, irritability and psychomotor regression or delay) associated[] […] with epilepsy (53% of cases), chilblain skin lesions on the extremities (43% of cases) and episodes of aseptic febrile illness (40% of cases).[]

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