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530 Possible Causes for Onset at Age 5-10 Years, Pediatric Disorder

  • Acne Vulgaris

    Tollefson, Endocrine disorders and hormonal therapy for adolescent acne, Current Opinion in Pediatrics, 10.1097/MOP.0000000000000515, 29, 4, (455-465), (2017).[] 5 40 years Genetic background , long course, polygenic , polygenic Age of onset circa 10 years circa 1 year Spontaneous remission 80% (3rd decade) 80% (2nd–3rd decade) Recurrences[] Consensus statement on management of intersex disorders. J Pediatr Urol 2006 ; 2: 148 62 Google Scholar Crossref Medline 55. Hughes, IA.[]

  • Migraine

    […] mechanisms that may explain the association between the two disorders, and the effects of treatment.[] Condition: migraine (therapy-resistant; 18 migraine with aura, 7 vasomotoric headache, 5 common migraine; 2 had additional cluster headache) Demographics: mean age 39 years[] Clin Pediatr Phila 2000; 39: 267–74 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 33. Milla PJ. Motility disorders in childhood.[]

  • Juvenile Polyp

    Wireless capsule endoscopy for oscure small-bowel disorders: Final results of the first pediatric controlled trial . Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol 2005; 3 :264–270. 21.[] Juvenile polyps most frequently are diagnosed before the age of 10 years, with the peak age of diagnosis between 2 and 5 years of age. 1 Their etiology remains unknown; one[] Older paternal age and fresh gene mutation: data on additional disorders. J Pediatr . 1975 Jan. 86(1):84-8. [Medline] .[]

  • Rolandic Epilepsy

    Sarah J Spence and Mark T Schneider, The Role of Epilepsy and Epileptiform EEGs in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Pediatric Research, 65, 6, (599), (2009).[] Prevalence of benign rolandic epilepsy is around 15% in children aged 1-15 years with non-febrile seizures and incidence is 10–20/100 000 children aged 0-15 years [ 5 - 7[] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] Remission usually occurs within 2–4 years from onset and before the age of 16 years.[]

  • Febrile Convulsions

    Seizure disorders. The Pediatr Clin North Am, Vol-36 (2). WB Saunders Company 1989:375-82. 7. Lorber J, Sunderland R.[] This risk is between 5% and 10% for a 4-year-old child.[] Pediatric febrile seizures, which represent the most common childhood seizure disorder, exist only in association with an elevated temperature.[]

  • Henoch-Schönlein Purpura

    Pediatric abdominal disorders. In: Adams JG, ed. Emergency Medicine. 2nd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Saunders; 2013:chap 22.[] Although HSP is occasionally seen in adults, it is by far more common in children with a peak incidence between 3- to 10- years of age.[] Pediatric abdominal disorders. In: Adams JG, ed. Emergency Medicine . 2nd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Saunders; 2013:chap 22.[]

  • Becker Muscular Dystrophy

    Little is known about parental motivations and expectations for clinical trials for rare pediatric disorders.[] Treating onset age at first SS as a categorical variable yielded a similar association ( 5 years: referent; 3 to 5 years: HR 1.36, CI 1.02-1.81; 18 months to 3 years: HR 1.72[] Breath stacking in children with neuromuscular disorders. Pediatr Pulmonol . 2013 Aug 16. [Medline] .[]

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    Children's is home to the leading pediatric pulmonology program in Georgia.[] The age at onset of symptoms varied widely, from 5 to 81 years, as did age at the time of the study (16 to 86 years).[] […] dbc :RTT dbc :Rare_diseases dbr :Disorder rdf: type owl :Thing wikidata :Q12136 dbo :Disease umbel-rc :AilmentCondition rdfs: comment Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a genetic disorder[]

  • Maternal Diabetes Syndrome

    Hay is Secretary-Treasurer of the American Pediatric Society and is a member of the NIH Human Embryology and Development Study Section.[] C 2 : Duration 10-19 years. Class D: D 1 : Onset before 10 years of age. D 2 : Duration 10 years. D 3 : Calcification of vessels of the leg (macrovascular disease).[] His clinical and basic research interests focus on fetal physiology, fetal and neonatal nutrition and metabolism, glucose disorders in preterm infants, small-for-gestational[]

  • Rasmussen Syndrome

    Recognition of the syndrome, especially in pediatric populations, is difficult and often undiagnosed and/or confused with neurological disorders with similar clinical features[] Clinical context This epilepsy is associated with onset of seizures between 1-10 years of age (peak 5-6 years), later onset is exceptional.[] […] work in the neurosciences, genetics, electroencephalography, pediatric and adult neurology, neuropharmacology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry.[]

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