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2,582 Possible Causes for Loss of Attention

  • Early-Onset Alzheimer Disease Type 3

    As Alzheimer’s disease progresses the following symptoms may develop: Increasing short-term memory loss and confusion Difficulty recognising family and friends Shorter attention[] On the other hand, as I’ve emphasized in previous essays, they may reduce their risk for memory loss and other cognitive changes by adopting a “ brain-healthy lifestyle .”[] Impairment of memory, judgment, attention span, and problem solving skills are followed by severe apraxias and a global loss of cognitive abilities.[]

  • Turcot Syndrome

    (90%) Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (50%) Hypertonia- increase in muscle tension and a reduced ability of a muscle to stretch (50%) Increased intracranial pressure[] […] hemorrhage (bleeding) (90%) Glioma- type of brain tumor (90%) Malabsorption- inability to absorb nutrients (90%) Neoplasm (benign or cancerous growth) of the colon (90%) Weight loss[]

  • Motion Sickness

    Our findings indicate that predicting performance needs to take into account in addition to sleep loss, the attentional demands and novelty of tasks, the motion environment[] Overall, tasks requiring substantial attention to cognitive and motor demands were degraded more than tasks that were more automatic.[] Sleep loss degraded the capacity to compensate for novel robotically induced perturbations of reaching movements but did not adversely affect adaptive recovery of accurate[]

  • Parapneumonic Effusion

    More attention for monitoring of weight loss and the nutritional policy during and after hospitalization is warranted.[] Those with a higher WFH at admission were at higher risk of weight loss.[]

  • Physalis Alkekengi

    Furthermore, attention is drawn to the berries of this Physalis species, which can be used in foods as a source of zeaxanthin (about 0.30 mg per berry).[] […] the Belgorod area accumulate zeaxanthin (and β-cryptoxanthin) derivatives at levels of up to 20 mg/g of husks, which are needed for the prevention of age-related visual loss[]

  • Whipple Disease

    […] always intermingled, as follows: confusion or coma (17%) related to meningo-encephalitis or status epilepticus; delirium (17%); cognitive impairment (61%) including memory loss[] […] and attention defects or typical frontal lobe syndrome; hypersomnia (17%); abnormal movements (myoclonus, choreiform movements, oculomasticatory myorhythmia) (39%); cerebellar[]

  • Osteoporosis

    Thinning of subchondral cortical bone and marked bone loss in the anterior and posterior 25% of the tibial plateau should require special attention when osteoporotic patients[]

  • Leprosy

    Since leprosy causes severe sensory loss, scant attention has been paid to pain in leprosy, because of the assumption that pain could not occur in these patients.[]

  • Pneumonia

    […] your symptoms with healthdirect’s Symptom Checker for advice on when to seek medical attention.[] The most common signs and symptoms are: cough fevers , sweating and shivering difficulty breathing or rapid breathing feeling generally tired and unwell loss of appetite Check[]

  • Viral Meningitis

    Most people recover with no noticeable effects, however recent studies have found that some patients with viral meningitis may develop short-term memory loss and attention[]

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