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4,244 Possible Causes for Hypothermia, Muscle Hypotonia, UDP-GlcNAc Decreased

  • Hyponatremia

    Motor delays and waddling gait have been attributed to muscle hypotonia. In severe cases, impaired hearing can develop over time.[] However, he returned with hypothermia, hyponatremia, and status epilepticus resulting in intubation.[] Some infants have diminished muscle tone (hypotonia), so that a baby appears “floppy”, attributable to elevated levels of calcium in the blood (hypercalcemia).[]

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  • Benzodiazepine Overdose

    (lack of muscle tone) Blurry vision Difficulty breathing or depressed breathing Stupor or unresponsiveness Hallucinations Hypotension (lowered blood pressure) Coma Death[] Hypothermia may occur. Serious complications are more likely when newer short-acting agents are involved or when other depressant drugs have been ingested.[] 3.7 Overdose Overdose with a benzodiazepine can cause drowsiness, dysarthria and nystagmus ; very large overdose may cause hypothermia and rhabdomyolysis.[]

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  • Leigh's Disease

    An 11-month-old boy with muscle hypotonia and neurologic deteriorations had lactic acidosis, pyruvic acidemia and alaninemia due to deficiency of the pyruvate dehydrogenase[] At 14 months, his developmental milestones slowed and muscle hypotonia appeared.[] Hypotonia (low muscle tone and strength), dystonia (involuntary, sustained muscle contraction), and ataxia (lack of control over movement) are often seen in people with Leigh[]

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  • Accidental Hypothermia

    The prognosis in accidental hypothermia depends on the patient's premorbid condition, the depth and duration of the hypothermia and the degree of exhaustion and metabolic[] Arrhythmias are the most common cause of mortality in patients with severe accidental hypothermia.[] Hemodialysis is a rapid and effective treatment for accidental hypothermia.[]

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  • Carbamoyl Phosphate Synthetase Deficiency

    […] tone (hypotonia).[] Additionally, the child may be noted to suffer from intermittent hypothermia; hyperventilation and hypotonia may be observed.[] The classic symptoms appear between 24hrs and 48hrs after birth (but not prior to 24hrs) and include convulsions, hyperventilation, ataxia, hypothermia, lethargy, vomiting[]

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  • Urea Cycle Disorder

    Soon after, seizures, hypotonia (poor muscle tone, floppiness), respiratory distress (respiratory alkalosis), and coma may occur.[] Approaches to neuroprotection during episodes of hyperammonemia are discussed, including the use of controlled hypothermia (brain cooling), as well as proposed, but as yet[] Other symptoms such as hypotonia or poor muscle tone, seizures, ataxia, respiratory problems and coma may follow.[]

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  • Congenital Non-Goitrous Hypothyroidism Type 4

    Case Rep 2016 Apr 22;2016(4) ) or severe hyponatremia ( Eur J Endocrinol 2017;176:R15 ) Myxedema coma is characterized by unconsciousness, respiratory failure, bradycardia, hypothermia[] Severe hypothermia may be missed unless low-reading thermometers are used.[] […] occur if hypothyroidism left untreated: Cardiovascular heart disease, due to high levels of cholesterol and triglyceride Myxoedema coma (hypothyroid coma), characterised by hypothermia[]

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  • Familial Dysautonomia

    The appearance of the tongue together with severe muscle hypotonia, absent or very sluggish tendon reflexes and swallowing difficulties in an infant born to one or both parents[] While the patient's body temperature may vary considerably due to their reduced capability to react to temperature changes, many patients show prolonged periods of hypothermia[] Problems related to this disorder first appear in infants who show poor muscle tone (hypotonia), feeding difficulties, poor growth, lack of tears, frequent lung infections[]

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  • Immunodeficiency Type 23

    Impaired function of PGM3 is demonstrated by decreased enzyme activity, reduced UDP-GlcNAc and reduced N-linked glycosylation and O-linked glycosylation [4] PGM3 is composed[] Decreased muscle tone Low muscle tone [ more ] 0001290 Global developmental delay 0001263 High palate Elevated palate Increased palatal height [ more ] 0000218 Hyporeflexia[] Common neurological symptoms include diminished muscle tone (hypotonia), seizures, deficits in attaining developmental milestones (developmental disability), varying degrees[]

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  • Aicardi's Syndrome

    Other features of Aicardi syndrome may include a small head (microcephaly), decreased muscle tone (axial hypotonia), missing eyes (anophthalmia), gastrointestinal difficulties[] […] or “low muscle tone” is most common).[] Many affected children also have microcephaly (small head), axial hypotonia (decreased muscle tone), and appendicular hypertonia with spasticity on neurological examination[]

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