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38 Possible Causes for Lack of Developmental Milestones

  • Neurocirculatory Asthenia

    […] of expected normal physiological development Excludes: delayed puberty ( E30.0 ) R62.0 Delayed milestone Delayed attainment of expected physiological developmental stage[apps.who.int] Late: · talker · walker R62.8 Other lack of expected normal physiological development Failure to: · gain weight · thrive Infantilism NOS Lack of growth Physical retardation[apps.who.int] Fluid retention NOS R61 Hyperhidrosis R61.0 Localized hyperhidrosis R61.1 Generalized hyperhidrosis R61.9 Hyperhidrosis, unspecified Excessive sweating Night sweats R62 Lack[apps.who.int]

  • Epidural Hematoma

    […] movements Delays developmental milestones and motor skills Difficulty grasping and holding onto objects Muscle tone may vary, changing from extremely rigid to extremely floppy[birthinjuryguide.org] In the meantime, the most important thing you can do is observe your child and look for typical signs and symptoms of CP, including: Lack of coordination and jerky, spastic[birthinjuryguide.org]

  • Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome

    Associated abnormalities are those that can occur in prematurity: germinal matrix hemorrhage, necrotizing enterocolitis, patent ductus arteriosus, delayed developmental milestones[radiopaedia.org] milestones, hypothermia and hypoglycemia.[radiopaedia.org] The lack of surfactant increases the surface tension in alveoli causing collapse. Patients have a decreased lecithin: sphingomyelin ratio.[radiopaedia.org]

  • Mental Retardation

    milestones.[www150.statcan.gc.ca] In infancy, abnormal development may be apparent by floppy or spastic muscle tone, lack of visual or auditory response, and/or inadequate sucking response. 123 Eventually,[www150.statcan.gc.ca] […] because it accounts for only 1% of all individuals with mental retardation. 7 Mental retardation is often suspected when the affected individual fails to meet age-appropriate developmental[www150.statcan.gc.ca]

  • Hyperpyrexia

    […] of expected normal physiological development Excludes: delayed puberty ( E30.0 ) R62.0 Delayed milestone Delayed attainment of expected physiological developmental stage[apps.who.int] Late: · talker · walker R62.8 Other lack of expected normal physiological development Failure to: · gain weight · thrive Infantilism NOS Lack of growth Physical retardation[apps.who.int] Fluid retention NOS R61 Hyperhidrosis R61.0 Localized hyperhidrosis R61.1 Generalized hyperhidrosis R61.9 Hyperhidrosis, unspecified Excessive sweating Night sweats R62 Lack[apps.who.int]

  • Hereditary Hyperekplexia

    Some children with HPX may have a delay in reaching developmental milestones, such as a delay in speaking or walking.[geneticdisordersuk.org] These convulsions are potentially dangerous because they can induce loss of consciousness (syncope) due to a lack of oxygen reaching the brain.[geneticdisordersuk.org]

  • Hemiplegia

    milestones.[cerebral-palsy-information.com] This lack of dexterity is usually due to some form of trauma in the part of the brain which controls movement.[cerebral-palsy-information.com] […] of hemiplegia you should watch out for if you suspect that your child has the disorder: Inability to sit up, stand or crawl even when a child is scheduled to reach these developmental[cerebral-palsy-information.com]

  • Autonomic Nervous System Disorder

    Symptoms may include: Delays in developmental milestones Increase or lack of growth in head size Changes in activity, reflexes, or movements Lack of coordination Changes in[childrenshospital.org]

  • Cerebral Palsy

    For example, if a child is developmentally ready to stand and explore the environment but is limited by a lack of motor control, the use of a stander should be encouraged[emedicine.com] […] to facilitate the achievement of the milestones.[emedicine.com] The child's developmental age should always be kept in mind, and adaptive equipment should be used as needed to help the child achieve his or her milestones.[emedicine.com]

  • Progressive Cerebello - Cerebral Atrophy

    In 2003, a new syndrome was described in the Sephardi Jewish population, named progressive cerebello-cerebral atrophy (PCCA) based on the typical neuroradiological findings. Following the identification of the causal genes in 2010 and 2014, two types were defined: PCCA type 1 due to SEPSECS mutations and PCCA type[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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