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370 Possible Causes for pong

  • Otitis Media

    Loeffelholz MJ , Pong DL , Pyles RB , Xiong Y , Miller AL , Bufton KK , Chonmaitree T .[] Loeffelholz MJ, Trujillo R, Pyles RB, Miller AL, Alvarez-Fernandez PE, Pong DL, Chonmaitree T.[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    […] situations arise in which eradication of the carrier state is desirable (eg, families in with an inordinate amount of anxiety about streptococci, families in which ping-pong[] […] patients who develop acute pharyngitis during outbreaks of ARF or acute PSGN, during outbreaks of GAS pharyngitis in closed or partially closed communities, or when a "ping-pong[]

  • Pharyngitis

    […] incidence decreased with their withdrawal from treatment regimens Treatment for carrier state if there is a family member with ARF, parental anxiety(strep neurosis), ping pong[] Follow-up throat cultures may also be indicated when “ping-pong” spread of group A streptococci has been occurring within a family (B-III).[] American Academy of Pediatrics Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases, these include: 1) when there is a family history of rheumatic fever, 2) when there is “ping-pong[]

  • Essential Tremor

    Now that she's doing better, she can once again enjoy her favorite sport: ping-pong. Read Xu's Story Neurology & Neurosurgery Related Articles[]

  • Hypoglycemic Encephalopathy

    April 08, 2014 ; 82 (10 Supplement) May 01, 2014 First published April 8, 2015, Abstract Objective: To report a case of Ping-Pong gaze in setting of hypoglycemic encephalopathy[] Background: Ping-Pong gaze (PPG) is described as horizontal, conjugate gaze deviation alternating from side to side with a period of a few seconds and without any rest period[]

  • Arctium Lappa

    Some of the other common names by which burdock is known are gobo (Japanese name), ngau pong (Chinese name), harlock, edible goberon, bourholm, eddick, flapper-bags, sticky[]

  • Glycopyrrolate

    PONG, MD, Tufts University Family Medicine Residency at Cambridge Health Alliance, Malden, Massachusetts Am Fam Physician. 2017 Sep 15;96(6):395-398.[] Pong, MD, at [email protected] . Reprints are not available from the author . Author disclosure: No relevant financial affiliations. REFERENCES show all references 1.[]

  • Tranylcypromine

    Additionally rhythmic and pendular conjugate horizontal eye movements could be observed for three days, so that the diagnosis of ping-pong gaze was made.[] This paper reports the occurrence of ping-pong gaze, a neuro-ophthalmological syndrome usually related to severe structural brain damage, in a patient intoxicated with tranylcypromine[] Although there have been some reports about the occurence of Ping-pong gaze after intoxications, it is usually related to severe bilateral hemispheric brain damage following[]

  • Colitis

    . — Stacey Burling, , "Shelters, hospitals 'playing ping pong' with Philadelphia's homeless, sick population," 28 June 2018 When researchers chemically induced[]

  • Anemia

    . — Stacey Burling, , "Shelters, hospitals 'playing ping pong' with Philadelphia's homeless, sick population," 28 June 2018 He has been treated for multiple conditions[]

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