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    192 Possible Causes for Loss of Initiative in USA

    • Addison's Disease
      Loss of Initiative
    • Dementia

      Loss of Initiative It's normal to tire of housework, business activities, or social obligations, but most people regain their initiative.[] Loss of initiative - showing less interest in starting something or going somewhere.[]

    • Tyrosine Transaminase Deficiency

      […] of Initiative Loss of Myelin Loss of Neurons Loss of Speech Loss of Vision Mutation in the Bruton Tyrosine Kinase Gene Mutation in the Downstream of Tyrosine Kinase 7 Gene[] […] of Axillary Hair Loss of Coordination Loss of Diploe Loss of Eyebrow Hair Loss of Fine Motor Skills Loss of Gait Loss of Hair Loss of Hair from Body Loss of Head Control Loss[]

    • Gastric Fistula

      Average weight loss at initial postoperative follow up (1-2 weeks) was 6.4% of total weight.[]

    • Occipital Lobe Tumor

      Changes in judgment, including loss of initiative, sluggishness, and muscle weakness or paralysis is associated with a tumor in the frontal lobe of the cerebrum.[] When such changes occur they may take the form of lapses of memory or absentmindedness, mental sluggishness, or loss of initiative. tumor [ too mor ] 1. swelling or morbid[]

    • Acute Cerebellar Ataxia

      Erzurum S, Kalavsky SM, Watanakunakorn C (1983) Acute cerebellar ataxia and hearing loss as initial symptoms of infectious mononucleosis.[]

    • Juvenile Periodontitis

      […] cat with juvenile periodontitis with visible bifurcation of the roots (arrows) due to bone loss and gum recession 15 month old cat with juvenile periodontitis and tooth loss[] Treatment Initially, a careful and thorough dental clean, scale and polish and appropriate antibiotic therapy may be attempted and this may give relief (although only temporary[]

    • Alcohol Dementia

      Loss of initiative It is normal for people to tire of housework, business activities or social obligations.[]

    • Uterine Hemorrhage

      Early use of intrauterine balloon tamponade is a way of limiting ongoing uterine blood loss while initiating other measures, and can be readily implemented by providers with[]

    • High Myopia-Sensorineural Deafness Syndrome

      The prevalences of ophthalmologic abnormalities were not significantly different for the 29.2% of children whose sensorineural hearing loss was initially detected by newborn[]

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