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167 Possible Causes for Projectile Vomiting, Seizure

  • Dandy-Walker Syndrome

    A 19-year-old female was referred with seizures and the Dandy-Walker syndrome. We continued the medical workup and also treated the patient with psychotherapy.[] Seizures, hearing or visual problems, various CNS abnormalities, and systemic abnormalities were associated with poor intellectual development and could be used to predict[] A young boy presented with mental retardation and seizures with extensive hairy naevi.[]

  • Head Injury

    Acute encephalopathy with biphasic seizures and late reduced diffusion (AESD) presents a distinct clinical course of biphasic seizures and impaired consciousness.[] Dangerous mechanism of injury (high-speed RTA, fall from 3 m, high-speed projectile) If only one of the aforementioned risk factors is present then observe for a minimum[] […] with mild injuries and early seizures also had late unprovoked seizures.[]

  • Brain Abscess

    In this article, we present the case of a pediatric patient with neurocysticercosis who was misdiagnosed with brain abscess because of focal seizures in another hospital.[] Other symptoms in your child can include: projectile vomiting high-pitched crying spasticity in the limbs Many of these symptoms closely resemble other diseases or health[] […] form of Ebstein's anomaly (type C of Carpentier classification) with secundum atrial septal defect, who presented to the emergency department with impaired consciousness, seizures[]

  • Viral Gastroenteritis

    Thirteen (7.2%) of 181 children presented with encephalopathy (typical febrile seizures, 4; atypical febrile seizures, 4; afebrile seizures, 3; with alteration in level of[] All seizure patients, whether febrile or afebrile, presented with generalized tonic clonic seizures (GTCS), complex partial seizures (CPS), or both.[] Call 911 Call 911 if any of these occur: Trouble breathing Chest pain Confused Severe drowsiness or trouble awakening Fainting or loss of consciousness Rapid heart rate Seizure[]

  • Meningitis

    We report a rare case of large frontal sinus osteoma with intracranial extension, associated with meningitis and the development of seizures.[] We present a case of a 23-year-old woman with a 2-week history nocturnal fever, vertigo, headache and projectile vomiting.[] Patient has remained seizure free.[]

  • Cicuta Maculata Poisoning

    Upon human consumption, nausea, vomiting, and tremors occur within 30–60 minutes, followed by severe cramps, projectile vomiting, and convulsions.[] In fatal poisonings, severe seizures occur after the initial symptoms, and death results usually from status epilepticus.[] Nausea, vomiting, and tremors occur within 30-60 minutes of ingestion, followed by severe cramps, projectile vomiting, and painful convulsions; death can occur within a few[]

  • Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis

    This case suffered from vomiting, diarrhea and poor appetite for several days, and seizures developed after these symptoms.[] A 34-day-old girl was admitted with chief complaints of projectile vomiting and poor weight gain.[] Fibrosis develops and ischemic stroke include focal weakness, dysarthria, aphasia, and seizure.[]

  • Pyloric Stenosis

    Watch for these signs and symptoms: Projectile vomiting.[] Molybdenum cofactor deficiency (MoCD) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder that may present during the neonatal period with intractable seizures.[] Projectile vomiting usually takes place soon after the end of a feeding, although in some cases it can happen hours later.[]

  • Parietal Lobe Tumor

    Subtypes of parietal lobe seizures Primary sensory area (post-central gyrus) Seizures onset with contralateral (or rarely ipsilateral or bilateral) focal somatosensory seizure[] Projectile vomiting is not usually a presenting symptom but may occur with rapid rises in intracranial pressure.[] Avoid drugs at risk of inducing seizure in patient with past h/o of seizure (Bupropion,Lithium carbonate) Differences in Palliative vs.[]

  • Congenital Pyloric Stenosis

    Severe physiologic abnormalities should be corrected slowly to avoid seizures and other complications associated with rapid fluid and electrolyte shifts.[] The features of projectile vomiting, a pyloric olive and visible peristalsis were studied and their clinical and diagnostic significance was compared with that of radiological[] Two days later the baby was brought again to the family practitioner with a history that he has been vomiting almost every feed and the vomiting was projectile immediately[]

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