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1,120 Possible Causes for Onset in First Decade, Vestibular Hyporeflexia

  • Autosomal Recessive Deafness 76

    […] severe hyporeflexia or unilateral caloric areflexia.[academic.oup.com] The progression of vestibular involvement was clearly documented and vestibular areflexia was found from the age of 47 years onwards, whereas younger individuals showed either[academic.oup.com] In summary, it would appear that familial progressive hearing loss associated with progressive vestibular dysfunction is a good indication for mutation screening of the COCH[academic.oup.com]

  • Hemosiderosis

    Progressive bilateral sensorineural hearing loss and severe vestibular hyporeflexia developed within 15 years, which can be attributed to lesions in the cochleovestibular[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] decade of life. [6] The remaining 20% of cases are adult-onset IPH, most of which are diagnosed before 30 years of age.[ijcasereportsandimages.com] The patient demonstrated cochlear and vestibular findings that are typical of this pathologic condition.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Familial Progressive Vestibulocochlear Dysfunction

    Vestibular testing showed hyporeflexia with unilateral caloric weakness of the left labyrinth (slow-phase velocity at culmination of caloric nystagmus response of 15 /s to[doi.org] Onset is usually in the first two decades of life. Some patients show only minimal signs, although most conditions are slowly progressive.[britannica.com] […] kindred showed an onset in the early part of the third decade, while the other kindred showed an onset at about 40 years.[doi.org]

  • Autosomal Dominant Deafness 64

    […] severe hyporeflexia or unilateral caloric areflexia.[academic.oup.com] The age of onset of hearing loss, which ranges from the first to the fifth decade of life, differs among those with different mutations in KCNQ4 .[link.springer.com] The progression of vestibular involvement was clearly documented and vestibular areflexia was found from the age of 47 years onwards, whereas younger individuals showed either[academic.oup.com]

  • Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 4

    The difference in proportions test revealed a significant difference between bilateral vestibular hyporeflexia and the absence of rotational nystagmus (p 0.0138*).[tinnitusjournal.com] The inheritance is autosomal recessive, and the onset may occur between the first and the third decade of life.[encyclopedia.com] CAG repeat, 19p Calcium channel gene SCA7 [13] ( ATXN7 ) 3rd–4th decade (0.5–60) 20 years (1–45; early onset correlates with shorter duration) Macular degeneration, upper[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Autosomal Dominant Keratitis

    […] severe hyporeflexia or unilateral caloric areflexia.[academic.oup.com] This is an autosomal dominant, anterior limiting membrane dystrophy, with an onset at the end of the first decade.[entokey.com] The progression of vestibular involvement was clearly documented and vestibular areflexia was found from the age of 47 years onwards, whereas younger individuals showed either[academic.oup.com]

  • Cerebellar Ataxia with Peripheral Neuropathy Type 2

    The difference in proportions test revealed a significant difference between bilateral vestibular hyporeflexia and the absence of rotational nystagmus (p 0.0138*).[tinnitusjournal.com] The inheritance is autosomal recessive, and the onset may occur between the first and the third decade of life.[encyclopedia.com] The age of onset in affected individuals is also variable, with symptoms presenting from birth through late decades of life.[centogene.com]

  • Ovarian Cyst

    Of the returned questionnaires, 78.0% were completed by adult patients who were able to report the onset of features and impact of PC throughout the first 18 years of life[jamanetwork.com] , whereas 22.0% of the returned questionnaires reflected the experience to date of affected individuals currently in their first 2 decades of life.[jamanetwork.com]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Stomatitis

    […] remainder of an individual's life, although after late adulthood episodes become much less common. [14] Herpetiform recurrent aphthous ulcer first occurs in the second decade[emedicine.medscape.com] […] of life; the majority of persons have onset when younger than 30 years.[emedicine.medscape.com] The percentage of patients who are affected decreases after the third decade. [14] Recurrent aphthous ulcer major has a typical onset after puberty and can persist for the[emedicine.medscape.com]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Drug-induced Fever

    The first peak, termed “systemic-onset juvenile rheumatoid arthritis”, occurs in childhood.[antimicrobe.org] The second peak, labeled “adult-onset Still’s disease”, occurs in the third or fourth decade.[antimicrobe.org]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia

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