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5 Possible Causes for Nonsensical Speech Accompanying Visual Hallucinations, Progressive Hearing Loss Starting in Infancy, Repetitive Eye Blinking Accompanying Visual Hallucinations

  • Usher Syndrome Type 3B

    Definition A syndrome characterized by progressive vision and hearing loss during early childhood. Some patients have the so-called 'Charles Bonnet syndrome,' involving decreased visual acuity and vivid visual hallucinations. USH is a genetically heterogeneous condition characterized by the association of retinitis[…][uniprot.org]

  • Alstrom Syndrome

    The syndrome is differentiated by a progressive loss of hearing and vision, a type of heart problem that enlarges as well as weakens the heart muscle – referred to as dilated[syndrome.org] Alstrom syndrome is characterized by a progressive loss of both hearing and vision, as well as a form of heart disease which weakens and enlarges a person's heart, referred[disabled-world.com] Lots of the symptoms and signs of this syndrome start in early childhood or infancy, although certain symptoms do not appear until later in life.[syndrome.org]

    Missing: Nonsensical Speech Accompanying Visual Hallucinations Repetitive Eye Blinking Accompanying Visual Hallucinations
  • Vestibular Aqueduct Dilated

    loss starting in infancy or childhood (1–3).[ajnr.org] Large vestibular aqueduct syndrome, or enlarged endolymphatic duct (EED) and sac (EES) syndrome, is an inner ear malformation that manifests as progressive sensorineural hearing[ajnr.org]

    Missing: Nonsensical Speech Accompanying Visual Hallucinations Repetitive Eye Blinking Accompanying Visual Hallucinations
  • Baraitser Syndrome

    Affected children are born blind or go blind very early in infancy, while progressive hearing loss can start as early as five years of age.[geneticdisordersuk.org]

    Missing: Nonsensical Speech Accompanying Visual Hallucinations Repetitive Eye Blinking Accompanying Visual Hallucinations
  • Nicolaides-Baraitser Syndrome

    Affected children are born blind or go blind very early in infancy, while progressive hearing loss can start as early as five years of age.[geneticdisordersuk.org]

    Missing: Nonsensical Speech Accompanying Visual Hallucinations Repetitive Eye Blinking Accompanying Visual Hallucinations