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3,277 Possible Causes for Microcephaly (2-3 SD), Poor Coordination of the Lower Extremity, Vertigo

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  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Symptoms at lower doses may include mild sedation and poor coordination. At higher doses, there may be slurred speech, trouble walking, and vomiting.[] Intoxicated individuals may also experience nausea, vomiting, vertigo, headache and present with bloodshot eyes (Vonghia, et al., 2008).The DSM-5 also explains that alcohol[] Extreme doses may result in a decreased effort to breathe (respiratory depression), coma, or death.[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Pernicious Anemia

    Vertigo The inability to cope with heights and wide open spaces.[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Cerebellar Neoplasm

    Numbness in the face, and/or arm, and/or leg on one side of the body Inability to understand spoken language or inability to speak Inability or difficulty writing or reading Vertigo[] : Trunk & Limb Severe Pancerebellar Trunk & Limb Dysarthria Oculomotor Nystagmus (100%): Rotary or Vertical in 50%; Including downbeating Oscillopsia & Diplopia Diplopia Vertigo[] Symptoms can include deafness on the affected side and dizziness with a spinning sensation (vertigo).[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Cervical Spondylosis

    […] nor complain of vertigo who served as controls.[] Patients with cervical spondylosis are often accompanied with vertigo.[] Background A considerable number of patients with cervical spondylosis complain about one or multiple atypical symptoms such as vertigo, palpitations, headache, blurred vision[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Isopropyl Alcohol Poisoning

    A comatose and hypotensive patient was successfully treated with hemodialysis after ingesting 480 mL of isopropyl alcohol. Removal of isopropyl alcohol and its major metabolite acetone was measured in urine, blood, and dialysate. According to dialysate measurements, approximately 19 g of isopropyl alcohol and 7 g of[…][]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Acute Cerebellar Ataxia

    An eight year old boy was admitted to our ward with a history of abrupt onset of rapidly progressive gait disorder, nausea, vertigo and vomiting.[] This patient developed symptoms of ACA, including nausea, vertigo, severe limb and truncal ataxia, and bilateral spontaneous continuous horizontal nystagmus with irregular[] […] area of a cancer Causes of recurrent or chronic acute ataxia include: Stroke Malformation of the cerebellum Autoimmune diseases, including multiple sclerosis Migraine or vertigo[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Dysequilibrium Syndrome

    Download the PDF Dizziness, vertigo, disequilibrium Dizziness, vertigo and disequilibrium are common symptoms reported by adults during visits to their doctors.[] Microcephaly (-3 to -4 SD below the mean) has been reported in a few affected individuals. Life span.[] Suicide Risk Evaluation 1166 Gastritis 1168 Syncope 1172 Ovarian CystTorsion 788 1195 Ventilator Management 1198 Ventricular Peritoneal Shunts 1202 Urinary Tract Fistula 1174 Vertigo[]

  • TORCH Syndrome

    The principal neuroimaging findings in CZS include microcephaly (ie, head circumference 2-3 SD less than mean at a given age), brain parenchymal calcifications (mostly punctate[] The principal neuroimaging findings in CZS include microcephaly (ie, head circumference 23 SD less than mean at a given age), brain parenchymal calcifications (mostly punctate[]

    Missing: Poor Coordination of the Lower Extremity
  • Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 1

    SCA8 SCA-8 is a slowly progressive ataxia resulting in poor coordination of limbs, especially lower extremities, and poor coordination of gait and speech.[] During these episodes, many people also experience dizziness (vertigo), nausea and vomiting, migraine headaches, blurred or double vision, slurred speech, and ringing in the[] […] episodic ataxia may experience: problems with balance and co-ordination slurred, slow and unclear speech (dysarthria) muscle spasms involuntary eye movements (nystagmus) vertigo[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    Vertigo Vertigo is a sensation of dizziness and feeling out of balance.[] […] of open bite accompanied by temporomandibular joint disorder occurring in a patient who visited our hospital because of pain in the left temporomandibular joint region, vertigo[] Dizziness (vertigo). Where do symptoms come from? Your body is constantly adapting to changes in your environment.[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD) Poor Coordination of the Lower Extremity

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