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440 Possible Causes for Poor Eye Contact, Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood

  • Autism

    Brain Overgrowth and Macrocephaly The findings of early postnatal brain “overgrowth” in ASD followed by normalization or relative growth arrest in childhood are intriguing[] Eye contact is a key element of social interaction, and though “pooreye contact is symptomatic of both FXS and ASD, the type of eye contact is substantially different.[] eye contact Excessive lining up of toys or objects No smiling or social responsiveness Difficulty with engaging Does not seem to enjoy or seek interaction with others LATER[]

  • Social Phobia

    eye contact Staying home on weekends rather than hanging out with friends Common Situations or Affected Areas Public speaking or performing (e.g., presenting a book report[] Poor eye contact, restlessness, hand tremor, brief answers to questions, late arrival to appointments, and requests to leave early, may all be evidence of the individual’s[] […] to be present or available Declining invitations to social events Not answering in class Crying or tantrumming Refusing to go on a play date without a parent Mumbling or poor[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Fragile X Syndrome

    Autistic-like behavior can include hand flapping, poor eye contact, hand biting, gaze avoidance, social phobia and tactile defensiveness.[] Seizures have been reported in approximately 13% to 18% of affected males and 5% of females with a full mutation, and there may be relative macrocephaly.[] In addition to intellectual disability, children with this disorder exhibit extreme social anxiety, poor eye contact, repetitive behaviors, hand flapping and tactile avoidance[]

  • Hyperextensible Joints

    This review has found that in TS 39.7% of cases had relative macrocephaly with an SDS difference 1.5.[] In children, it is the behavioural features such as hand-flapping, hand-biting, tactile defensiveness, poor eye contact, hyperactivity and perseverative speech that are more[] Hydrocephalus developing in the first few months of life was reported in four cases, which resolved spontaneously.1 10 11 29 Of note, relative macrocephaly (TS mean birth OFC[]

  • Substance Abuse Problems

    […] time Clumsy or lack of balance Lethargic and unable to focus Decreased motivation Spending excess time alone Changes in personal appearance Messy or careless appearance Poor[] contact Getting the munchies Increased use of air fresheners or perfume Never has money Locked bedroom doors Constant health issues Frequently sick Constant runny nose Unusual[] […] hygiene Soot on fingers Red face or swollen, puffy appearance Long sleeves or pants in warm weather hiding marks Smell of smoke on clothing Changes in personal habits Avoiding eye[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Malnutrition

    Confidence may be reduced because of poor vision, and maintaining eye contact may be difficult. 12.[] Balance may be affected, possibly because of poor depth perception, which may make it difficult to use stairs or cross uneven surfaces. 11.[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Contusion

    Insects, physical contact with other people, poor hygiene (touching the eye with unclean hands), or using contaminated eye makeup and facial lotions can also cause the infection[] Sharing makeup and wearing contact lenses that are not your own or are improperly cleaned can also cause bacterial conjunctivitis.[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Blepharitis

    Allergic reactions caused by medications, contact lenses or eye makeup may also result in blepharitis.[] Poor nutrition and poor hygiene can be a contributory factor for the development of blepharitis. Eyelash mite or lice can also cause blepharitis.[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Meibomian Cyst

    The most common causes of eyelid cysts are: Staph bacteria Eye duct/gland blockage Poor hygiene Dirty contact lenses Chronic blepharitis Cosmetics Leaving make-up on overnight[] Laser eye surgery will safely and quickly restore your vision. Simply put, it corrects your poor vision and gives freedom from glasses and contact lenses.[] Touching or rubbing eyes, especially with unwashed hands What Are the Risk Factors for Eyelid Cysts?[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Keratitis

    Poor contact lens hygiene can result in inflammation, or keratitis.[] Misuse or poor hygiene of contact lenses can cause various eye problems, including inflammation of the cornea, or keratitis, which can be caused by dryness, tenderness or[] Risk Factors Trauma from a foreign body (including contact lenses), severe dry eyes, or eyelid disease can predispose patients to corneal infections.[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood

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