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28 Possible Causes for Neonatal Feeding Difficulties, Slow Speech, Transient Ischemic Attack

  • Cerebral Thrombosis

    Cerebrovascular events (stroke and transient ischemic attacks) are prevalent, accounting for approximately two-thirds of all events.[] S - Speech difficulty: Speech may be slurred or slow T - Time to call 911: If someone experiences these symptoms, they need medical attention immediately, even if the symptoms[] feeding difficulties or gastroenteritis, and congenital heart disease also cause CVT. 91 A recent meta-analysis of observational studies estimated the impact of thrombophilia[]

  • Cerebral Hemorrhage

    Transient Ischemic Attack Transient ischemic attack symptoms may include: Vision loss: can be single-sided or double-sided.[] […] seizures Apnea Feeding difficulties Irritability Bulging fontanelle/soft spot Shallow or strained breathing Abnormal tone Altered level of consciousness Diagnosing intracranial[] Patients with non-cardioembolic ischemic stroke or transient ischemic attack within 180 days and with prior intracerebral haemorrhage or multiple cerebral microbleeds on gradient[]

  • Brain Stem Disorder

    A family history of stroke or mini-stroke, also called a transient ischemic attack, increases your risk. People over age 65 account for two-thirds of all strokes.[] Cerebellar patients have difficulty in coordinating these muscle groups appropriately, and therefore their speech tends to be slow and disjointed.[] She was noted to be floppy soon after birth and transferred to the neonatal unit on day 1 because of hypoglycemia, slow feeding and difficulty in maintaining body temperature[]

  • Pediatric Arterial Ischemic Stroke

    Transient ischemic attacks occurred repeatedly with hemolytic crises.[] Speech and Language – Depending on the age and cause of injury, the child may have problems with speech, such as lack of speech or extremely slow speech.[] In infants, the findings may be seen as feeding difficulties, crying and screaming ( Table 1 ), [ 2, 6, 15, 16 ].[]

  • Infantile Hemiplegia

    […] in feeding an alert new born?[] Causes of Hemiplegia in Children Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA) or stroke Intraventricular Hemorrhage of the newborn (IVH) Thrombosis: embolism or hemorrhage Transient ischemic[] Prader willi syndrome 5. transient neonatal myasthenia Q. what r principles of gross motor development?[]

  • Dilated Cardiomyopathy Type 2B

    Stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) within 3 months of screening; 11. Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) 9% at screening; 12.[] It slows and impairs cognition and reaction time, impairs judgement, interferes with motor function resulting in motor incoordination, loss of balance, and slurred speech,[] […] hypotonia with respiratory insufficiency and difficulty feeding.[]

  • Infantile Choroidocerebral Calcification Syndrome

    ischemic attack Amyloidosis Neurofibrillary tangles Alzheimer disease Cerebral hemorrhage Stroke Headache Coma Hypertension Venous insufficiency Need help with a diagnosis[] Severe global developmental delay Acidosis Slow progression Ventriculomegaly Nystagmus Renal potassium wasting Distal renal tubular acidosis Osteopetrosis Renal tubular acidosis[] difficulties, ptosis and a history of honey ingestion 78.[]

  • Degenerative Brain Disorder

    Transient ischemic attack (TIA): A temporary interruption of blood flow and oxygen to a part of the brain; symptoms are similar to those of a stroke, but they resolve completely[] […] and slurred speech symptoms of dementia, such as memory and visual problems slow, effortful speech difficulty swallowing One limb is usually affected at first, before spreading[] Difficulty in feeding, FTT, Cherry red spot, hypotonia, death by 3yr • loss of motor skills, increased startle reaction, cherry red spots . • norma until 4–5 mo of age when[]

  • Micrognathism

    For example, a search for Heart Attack will list a study about, Use of a Pacemaker Following a Heart Attack. higher than the study, Heart Defects and Transient Ischemic Attacks[] Hypernasal speech NRAS* ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Differential diagnoses include a number of conditions with phenotypes strikingly similar to NS.[] difficulties, and outcome regarding the neonatal and perinatal surgical and nonsurgical management.[]

  • Noonan Syndrome

    Neonatal feeding difficulties and failure to thrive are present in 63% of patients [ 4 ]. In general, these feeding problems resolve spontaneously later in infancy.[] These reports have been limited to pediatric patients presenting with recurrent transient ischemic attacks (TIA) or headaches.[] Weak muscles in the mouth can also mean that some children with Noonan syndrome have slow speech development.[]