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254 Possible Causes for Head Bobbing

  • Respiratory Syncytial Virus

    […] higher) Cough (dry or wet sounding) Congestion Sneezing Runny nose Fussiness Poor feeding Symptoms may include cold symptoms, plus: Fast breathing Flaring of the nostrils Head[] bobbing with breathing Rhythmic grunting during breathing Belly breathing, tugging between their ribs, and/or tugging at the lower neck Wheezing Chest wall retractions occur[]

  • Central Nervous System Cyst

    bobbing, and visual impairment.[] […] headaches, seizures, hydrocephalus, increased cranial pressure, developmental delay, behavioral changes, weakness or paralysis on one side of the body, lack of muscle control, head[]

  • High Calcium Diet

    Limp arms and bobbing head Please help my dragons arm b... The tail of my bearded drago... beardie fractures caused by ... Popping Sounds ? Never Ending URI.[] Bobbing D.I.Y. and Other Information Growing Phoenix Worms Building a False Rock Enclosure Importing Reptile into the UK Tank Measurement Conversion Full Article Index Support[] Parasite Infection Care Ask the Vet - Vitamins Behavior and Anatomy Sexing Your Bearded Dragon Bearded Dragon Brumation Eye Bulging Bearded Dragon Arm Waving Bearded Dragon Head[]

  • Grant Syndrome

    Simple motor tics include but are not limited to: eye blinking, facial grimacing, jaw movements, head bobbing/jerking, shoulder shrugging, neck stretching, and arm jerking[]

  • Congenital Torticollis

    bobbing along with uncontrolled eye movements) Sandifer syndrome (a rare condition combining gastroesophageal reflux with spasms in the neck)[] […] vision problems (called ocular torticollis) abnormal reaction to certain medications (called a dystonic reaction) spasmus nutans (a usually benign condition that causes head[]

  • Esotropia

    A 5-month-old Kuwaiti girl was referred for esotropia and head bobbing, which were noted after birth. She was otherwise neurodevelopmentally normal.[]

  • Diencephalic Syndrome

    Some form of head bobbing and neck posturing is also present.[] It presents as a clinical triad of 1) nystagmus 2) head bobbing 3) torticollis.[] The current theory holds among researchers that head bobbing and torticollis are compensatory mechanisms that improve vision by reducing the frequency and asymmetry of the[]

  • Spasmus Nutans

    Spasmus nutans (SN) is a rare pediatric ophthalmologic syndrome characterized by nystagmus, head bobbing, and abnormal head positioning.[] bobbing, and abnormal head positioning.[] Some form of head bobbing and neck posturing is also present.[]

  • Transitory Tachypnea of the Newborn

    bobs when your baby breathes in Bluish color around your baby's mouth or nose How is TTN diagnosed?[] bobbing skin pulling in between the ribs or under the ribcage with each breath (known as retractions) bluish skin around the mouth and nose (this is called cyanosis) How[] […] more than 60 breaths in a minute) Grunting or moaning sounds when your baby breathes out The skin between your baby's ribs pulls in with each breath Nostrils open wider or head[]

  • Drop Attacks

    head bobbing reminiscent of bobble-head doll syndrome.[] The child's neurological deficits, head tilt, and head bobbing resolved immediately after operation.[] The authors report an unusual case of a 2-year-old boy with a 3-month history of episodic rightward anterolateral head tilt and large-amplitude positional anteroposterior[]

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