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111 Possible Causes for Postural Defect, Vascular Occlusion

  • Homocystinuria

    Vascular occlusive disease is an important and serious feature and may result in renal infarction and cor pulmonale 4 .[] Thromoboembolic events with vascular occlusions can occur at any age.[] Autosomal recessive inheritance, but carriers have an increased risk of occlusive vascular disease; caused by mutation in the cysthathione beta-synthase gene (CBS) on chromosome[]

  • Spinal Osteochondrosis

    Children suffering from postural defects, structural scoliosis and spinal osteochondrosis were separated from a normal group.[] occlusion , bone avulsion, eosinophilic granuloma , discal herniation etc 3.[] Key words Spinal mobility Structural scoliosis Spinal osteochondrosis Postural defects This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.[]

  • Cerebro-Oculo-Facio-Skeletal Syndrome

    It consists of: Treatment of specific signs and symptoms: Physiotherapy to loosen joints, correct posture defects, and keep muscles supple Medication to relax spastic muscles[] occlusion and embolic protection devices, percutaneous guidewires and guide catheters, access site and wound management products, and medical fluid delivery systems including[] […] therapeutic or interventional cardiovascular and endovascular procedures, namely, balloon catheters for endovascular therapies, thrombectomy and atherectomy devices and catheters, vascular[]

  • Scoliosis

    Congenital scoliosis, which is due to a defect present at birth, can rarely produce weakness, numbness, or clumsiness, if it affects the spinal cord.[] A few cases of neurological complications have been described which were the result of vascular occlusion after prolonged pressure in the inguinal area during posterior scoliosis[] Scoliosis has to do with the structure of the spine; it is not the same as poor posture. Symptoms Scoliosis has many possible causes, and its symptoms can vary by cause.[]

  • Spinal Cord Infarction

    , postural or functional defects, narrowing of the upper thoracic cap as a result of adjacent infections or anatomic defects, acute infection producing myositis, intermittent[] We present a case of spinal cord infarction following an operation on a 64-year-old man for mesenteric vascular occlusion under combined general and epidural anesthesia.[] Spinal cord infarction is a rare vascular-occlusive disorder of the spinal cord that constitutes only 1% of reported strokes.[]

  • Dihydroergotamine

    The results of tests performed on the autonomic nervous system are recorded, and the evidence for a central defect in postural blood pressure control is presented.[] DHE is contraindicated in patients having conditions predisposing to vasospastic reactions such as peripheral occlusive vascular disease (thromboangiitis obliterans, luetic[]

  • Cortical Blindness

    […] instability loss of ability to make postural adjustments in response to perturbations, i.e., defect in righting reflex; common in Parkinson disease postural tremor tremor[] occlusion.[] […] motion needed dysphagia difficulty in swallowing dysphonia voice disorder, often related to weakness of laryngeal muscles, in which sound production is impaired dysraphism defective[]

  • Carotid Artery Dissection

    After carotid stenting, left relative afferent pupillary defect disappeared and TMB was not provoked anymore by upright posture.[] Imaging findings common to both modalities include : long segment smooth tapering of the vessel - “string sign”, vascular occlusion (absence of contrast or signal in the vessel[] Zoom Gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) of the supra-aortic vessels revealed occlusion of the left extracranial ICA and an abnormal presentation of the[]

  • Amyloidosis

    Flies carrying mutant variants, but not wild-type TTR, exhibit changes in wing posture, locomotor defects, and shortened life span.[] Acute renal failure is a result of extensive vascular occlusion by circulating IgM, dehydratation, massive renal infiltration by neoplastic cells, and distal nephron obstruction[]

  • Cutis Laxa

    Dystonic posturing was discriminatory for PYCR1 and ALDH18A1 defects. Metabolic markers of mitochondrial dysfunction were found in one patient with PYCR1 mutations.[] She died at 27 days of age due to severe respiratory distress and inoperable systemic vascular abnormalities.[] Epilepsy was most common in ATP6V0A2 defects. Corpus callosum dysgenesis was associated with PYCR1 and ALDH18A1 mutations.[]

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