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2,159 Possible Causes for Impaired Exercise Tolerance, Meralgia Paresthetica, Nail Abnormality

  • Anemia

    […] include fatigue, pallor, tachycardia, poor exercise tolerance, and suboptimal work performance. 14 Depleted blood reserves during delivery may increase the need for blood[] Low cobalamin is associated with an increased fetal risk of low lean mass and excess adiposity, increased insulin resistance, and impaired neurodevelopment. 13 Maternal risks[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Obesity

    Meralgia paresthetica and tight trousers. JAMA 1984 ; 251 : 1553. 23. Meralgia paresthetica in a policeman: The belt or the gun.[] […] counselling; educational package Broom w3 531 with hypertension, impaired glucose tolerance, or dyslipidaemia, 1 year follow-up (UK) 46 37.1 101 Orlistat 120 mg three times[] paresthetica Obstetric and perinatal: Pregnancy-related hypertension, fetal macrosomia, and pelvic dystocia [9] Surgical: Increased surgical risk and postoperative complications[]

    Missing: Nail Abnormality
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    It has not helped us understand why some patients with severe FEV1 impairment have better exercise tolerance compared with others with similar FEV1 values.[] Pharmacological therapy is aimed at relieving symptoms; improving exercise tolerance and quality of life; slowing decline and even improving lung function; or preventing or[] Pharmacological therapy is aimed at relieving symptoms, improving exercise tolerance and quality of life, slowing decline and even improving lung function, or preventing and[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Heart Failure

    Numerous mechanisms unrelated to hemodynamic dysfunction may underlie impaired exercise tolerance in patients with chronic heart failure.[] […] of life, including dyspnoea, fatigue, poor exercise tolerance and fluid retention.[] Coupled with the pathological changes of heart failure and associated symptoms is a reduction in exercise tolerance due to impaired skeletal muscle function.[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Iron Deficiency Anemia

    SHERSTEN KILLIP, M.D., M.P.H., JOHN M. BENNETT, M.D., M.P.H., and MARA D. CHAMBERS, M.D., University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky Am Fam Physician. 2007 Mar 1;75(5):671-678. Patient information: See a related handouts on this topic at . The prevalence of iron deficiency anemia is 2 percent in adult men, 9 to 12 percent[…][]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Morbid Obesity

    Morbid obesity is associated with liver pathology, most commonly non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) leading to cirrhosis. However, the morbid obesity impedes qualification for organ transplantation. We present a case report of a 56-year-old woman who underwent bariatric procedure followed by liver transplantation[…][]

    Missing: Nail Abnormality
  • Graves Disease

    Reddening of the palms Thinning of hair Bright, shiny eyes Staring look and inability of the eye lid to cover the eyes completely Increased heart rate and abnormal rhythms[] […] cause the neck to look swollen Signs that are detected on examination of the patient include: Warm, smooth, moist skin Loosening of nails from the nailbeds called Plummer’s nails[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Peripheral Vascular Disease

    A case of chronic congestive cardiac failure and peripheral vascular disease due to thromboembolism was treated with captopril. Marked improvement was noted in the cardiac status and peripheral vascular lesion both acutely and in the long-term follow-up.[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Pulmonary Disorder

    […] patterns (eg, Cheyne-Stokes respiration, Kussmaul respirations) Jugular venous distention Signs of hypoxemia include cyanosis (bluish discoloration of the lips, face, or nail[] […] and hypoxemia (eg, restlessness, tachypnea, cyanosis, accessory muscle use) Signs of possible chronic pulmonary disease (eg, clubbing, pedal edema) Chest wall deformities Abnormal[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Diabetes Mellitus

    The former has characteristic facial features and is usually fatal in infancy, while the latter is associated with abnormalities of teeth and nails and pineal gland hyperplasia[] Weight loss and exercise may help people with impaired glucose tolerance return their glucose levels to normal.[] Effects of diet and exercise in preventing NIDDM in people with impaired glucose tolerance: the Da Qing IGT and Diabetes Study. Diabetes Care 1997 ;20: 537 - 544 19.[]