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324 Possible Causes for Head Banging

  • Smith-Magenis Syndrome

    They may start banging their heads against their cribs."[] […] deletion, while a subset of small deletion cases with deletions spanning from TNFRSF13B to MFAP4 was less likely to exhibit brachycephaly, dental anomalies, iris abnormalities, head-banging[] Repeated head banging can potentially cause detachment of the retina, which although a concern, is not a high risk.[]

  • Cri Du Chat Syndrome

    The occurrence percentage of 15 topographies of SIB suggested that head banging, hitting the head against body parts, self-biting and rumination are the most frequently occurring[] banging, hitting the head against body parts, self-biting and rumination are the most frequently occurring behaviours in CCS Aggressive behaviour was reported for 88%, with[] […] withdrawal were more characteristic of individuals with translocations as opposed to deletions, even when controlling for the lower adaptive level of the translocation group head[]

  • Toddler's Diarrhea

    banging the floor, really naughty behaviour, he is constantly thirsty, has about 4 full nappies every day, partially digested food, really greasy and really foul smelling[] […] months) My toddler has had about 12 months of diahrrea, i have been to the doc's loads of times but they have fobbed me off, we had months of screaming all day and all night, head[]

  • Cornelia De Lange Syndrome

    Behavioral Issues People with CdLS may exhibit a number of behavioral problems such as self-injury (head-banging, hand-biting, etc.), compulsive repetition, and/or autistic-like[] It took various forms, only 30% restricting themselves to one site, and consisted predominantly of finger biting, head banging or scratching and, less commonly, wrist biting[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Mental Retardation 5

    New Features: New topics for this edition include: Amenorrhea, Asberger Syndrome, Dental Trauma, Head banging, Mental Retardation, Narcolepsy, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder[]

  • Movement Disorder

    Rhythmic movement disorder consists of repetitive stereotypic movements, such as head banging or body rocking, that recur every second or so and may last from a few minutes[] This happens most often in children and can result in body rocking, head banging or head rolling.[] Stereotypic movement disorder is characterized by repetitive behaviors that meet no functional need such as hand waving; rocking; head banging; mouthing of objects; or biting[]

  • Spasmus Nutans

    banging Head-banging Repetitive rocking movements Rocking Stereotypic habit disorder Stereotypy habit disorder 307.3 Excludes Applies To Body-rocking Head banging Spasmus[] .- ) Other behavioral and emotional disorders with onset usually occurring in childhood and adolescence Approximate Synonyms Habit disorder, stereotype Head banging Repetitive[] ICD-10-CM : 307.3 converts directly to: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM F98.4 Stereotyped movement disorders Approximate Synonyms Habit disorder, stereotype Habit disorder, stereotypic Head[]

  • Cervical Osteoarthritis

    Repetitive movement (such as “head banging”) Trauma Sports injuries to the neck Compression caused by muscles in constant spasm (the trapezius muscle is the most common culprit[] Staying in the same position for long periods (surgeons typically have cervical osteoarthritis because of their head position during surgery).[]

  • Degenerative Disorder

    […] with histories of repetitive mild traumatic brain injury, researchers found evidence of CTE in 68, including 64 athletes, 21 military veterans and one person who showed head-banging[]

  • Heavy Metal Poisoning

    I’m not referring to Ozzy Osbourne or Metallica here, although too much head-banging has probably damaged more than a few brain cells.[]

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