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4,480 Possible Causes for Hyperactivity, Thin Brain Stem, Wide Space Between the First and Second Toe

  • Seckel Syndrome

    Most children with Seckel syndrome are "friendly and pleasant" but "often hyperkinetic (hyperactive) and easily distracted." This disease is genetic.[] 1st and 2nd toes Gap between first and second toe Increased space between first and second toes Sandal gap between first and second toes Wide space between 1st, 2nd toes[] Wide space between first and second toes Wide-spaced big toe Widely spaced 1st-2nd toes Widely spaced first and second toes Widened gap 1st-2nd toes Widened gap first and[]

  • Dubowitz Syndrome

    […] disorder Attention deficit Attention deficit disorder Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder Attention deficits Childhood attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder [ more[] This autosomal recessive disorder is characterized by variable degrees of intrauterine and postnatal growth retardation, microcephaly, mild mental retardation, hyperactivity[] Characteristic behavior patterns which have not been cited previously are present in our cases; most patients are hyperactive, shy, hate crowds, and like music, rhythm, and[]

    Missing: Thin Brain Stem
  • Smith-Magenis Syndrome

    One patient had subependymal periventricular gray matter heterotopia, and the second had a thin corpus callosum, a thin brain stem and hypoplasia of the cerebellar vermis.[] Abstract Children with hyperactivity and self-destructive behaviour present a difficult problem for parents and paediatricians.[] In any case, efforts should focus on improving communication skills, identifying and treating attention deficit/hyperactivity, aggressiveness and anxiety.[]

    Missing: Wide Space Between the First and Second Toe
  • Helsmoortel-van der Aa Syndrome

    Cerebellar peduncles & Brain stem Spinal cord: Corticospinal tracts & Dorsal columns NCV: Normal Progressive Spastic Ataxia & Hypomyelinating Leukodystrophy (SPAX8) 117 NK6[] They often are restless and hyperactive and have a short attention span. Their developmental milestones, especially speech development, are delayed.[] Vertical supranuclear gaze palsy Abnormality of the eye Intellectual disability, mild Pontocerebellar atrophy Gaze-evoked horizontal nystagmus Generalized limb muscle atrophy Hyperactive[]

    Missing: Wide Space Between the First and Second Toe
  • Food Allergy

    Food allergies are sometimes blamed for such disorders as hyperactivity in children, chronic fatigue, arthritis, and depression, as well as poor athletic performance.[] […] strategies, with the goal to better elucidate pediatric overdiagnosis and mitigate its influence. medical education public health Abbreviation: ADHD — attention-deficit/hyperactivity[] […] seeks to raise awareness of the possibility of overdiagnosis in pediatrics, suggesting that overdiagnosis may affect commonly diagnosed conditions such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity[]

    Missing: Thin Brain Stem Wide Space Between the First and Second Toe
  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Hallucinations Psychosis Seizures Rapid or slow heart beat (tachycardia or bradycardia) Hyperthermia The hyperthermia that occurs frequently during MA overdose can be due to muscular hyperactivity[] Amphetamine Intoxication generally begins with a "high" feelings, followed by the development of symptoms such as euphoria with enhanced vigor, gregariousness, hyperactivity[] Some amphetamines, including dextroamphetamine, methamphetamine, and the related methylphenidate, are widely used medically to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder[]

    Missing: Thin Brain Stem Wide Space Between the First and Second Toe
  • Delirium

    It is well known that delirium and psychosis can arise following the administration of oral corticosteroids but there are few documented cases of the development of acute hyperactive[] Hypoactive delirium was the predominant motor subtype (53%), followed by mixed delirium (30%) and hyperactive delirium (17%).[] Patients were scored for 'hyperactive' or 'hypoactive' symptoms, and then the 125 patients with DSM-III delirium were rated as 'hyperactive type' (15%), 'hypoactive type'[]

    Missing: Thin Brain Stem Wide Space Between the First and Second Toe
  • Anxiety Disorder

    Anxiety disorders also often co-occur with other disorders such as depression, eating disorders, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).[] Abstract The present study was aimed at verifying whether the presence of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) affects executive functions in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity[] Anxiety disorders are characterised by long term worry, tension, nervousness, fidgeting and symptoms of autonomic system hyperactivity.[]

    Missing: Thin Brain Stem Wide Space Between the First and Second Toe
  • Alcohol Withdrawal

    Symptoms can vary from autonomic hyperactivity and agitation to delirium tremens. The gold-standard treatment for AWS is with benzodiazepines (BZDs).[] Abstract Benzodiazepines ameliorate or prevent the symptoms and complications of moderate to severe alcohol withdrawal, which can include autonomic hyperactivity, agitation[] This hyperactivity can result in tremors, seizures and even death.[]

    Missing: Thin Brain Stem Wide Space Between the First and Second Toe
  • Down Syndrome

    In more rare cases, Down syndrome patients may be affected with hyperthyroidism, symptoms of which include breathing and sleeping difficulties, and hyperactivity.[] A wide space, often with a deep fissure between the first and second toes, is also common.[] Behavior suggestive of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is often seen in childhood.[]

    Missing: Thin Brain Stem

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