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3,454 Possible Causes for In-Curving Forearms, Syncope, Urine 17 Ketosteroids Decreased

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  • Addison's Disease

    Signs and symptoms include low blood pressure, nausea and vomiting, syncope, hypoglycemia, hyponatremia, hyperkalemia, a metabolic acidosis, lethergy, confusion, and convulsions[openanesthesia.org] […] following signs and symptoms are usually presented by patients with primary adrenal insufficiency: Anorexia Weight loss Fatigue Muscular weakness Hyperpigmentation Hypotension Syncope[symptoma.com] Syncope or dizziness (due to hypotension). Confusion. Personality change. Irritability. Loss of pubic or axillary hair in women, delayed puberty in children.[patient.info]

    Missing: In-Curving Forearms
  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Difficulties concentrating Abnormal laboratory findings (anemia, low thyroid and hormone levels, low potassium, low blood cell counts, slow heart rate) Dizziness Fainting/syncope[nationaleatingdisorders.org] […] with anorexia nervosa should not depend solely on degree of malnutrition and treatment response, but should also take into account the presence of any alarm signal, such as syncope[revespcardiol.org]

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  • Anterior Pituitary Hypofunction

    […] presenting signs and symptoms included headache (63%), vomiting (50%), visual field defects (61%), ocular paresis (40%), mental deterioration (13%), hyponatremia (13%), and syncope[cancer.gov]

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  • Klinefelter Syndrome

    This concomitance should be kept in mind when examining patients with Klinefelter syndrome with bradycardia and/or syncope.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Other differences can include abnormal fusion of certain bones in the forearm (radioulnar synostosis), curved pinky fingers (fifth finger clinodactyly ), and flat feet ( pes[ghr.nlm.nih.gov] This patient was referred to the Birmingham Children’s Hospital in 1959 with unrelated syncope attacks.[bmj.com]

  • Gout

    Forearms. Elbow or knee. Hands or feet. (Older patients, particularly women, are more likely to have gout in the small joints of the fingers.)[web.archive.org] Tophi, the knobby MSU crystal deposits that form during chronic gout, generally form in the following location: Helix of the outer ear (the curved ridge along the edge of[web.archive.org]

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  • Hemochromatosis

    He reported no fever, chest pain, dizziness, syncope, rash or weight loss. His medical history included hypertension, diabetes mellitus and hyperlipidemia.[karger.com]

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  • Muscular Dystrophy

    If untreated, these abnormalities can lead to an unusually slow heartbeat (bradycardia), fainting (syncope), and an increased risk of stroke and sudden death.[web.archive.org] If untreated, these abnormalities can lead to a sensation of fluttering or pounding in the chest (palpitations), an unusually slow heartbeat (bradycardia), fainting (syncope[ghr.nlm.nih.gov] 19q13.3 Early childhood to adulthood Skeletal muscle weakness and wasting (facial, distal forearm, intrinsic hand and ankle dorsiflexors) LV hypertrophy EP testing in case of syncope[doi.org]

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  • Celiac Disease

    ON SYNCOPE CHAPTER IV. ON CAUSUS, OR ARDENT FEVER CHAPTER V. ON CHOLERA CHAPTER VI. ON ILEUS CHAPTER VII. ON THE ACUTE AFFECTIONS ABOUT THE LIVER CHAPTER VIII.[web.archive.org]

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  • Hyperventilation

    We present the case of a patient who presented with recurrent syncope.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] ; Abstract This review summarizes evidence in humans for an association between hyperventilation (HV)-induced hypocapnia and a reduction in cerebral perfusion leading to syncope[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] In this case report we describe a trial of experimentally induced syncope in a healthy young volunteer that produced abnormal periods of hyperventilation (V(A) 57 L/min) and[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: In-Curving Forearms Urine 17 Ketosteroids Decreased
  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    T-wave oversensing can be a serious problem that often results in inappropriate device therapy. We report here a patient with binge alcohol use who received multiple, inappropriate ICD shocks due to T-wave oversensing from repolarization changes induced by acute alcohol intoxication and no other relevant metabolic[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: In-Curving Forearms Urine 17 Ketosteroids Decreased

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