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1,470 Possible Causes for Psychomotor Retardation, Subungual Fibroma

  • Tuberous Sclerosis

    A subungual fibroma was present on the third finger of the right hand.[] She had adenoma sebaceum, subungual fibromas and hepatomegaly.[] Periungual or subungual fibromas are pink or flesh-colored nodules that grow in the finger or toe nail beds in patients with TSC.[]

  • Depression

    Changes in Activity or Energy Level Physical Changes Caused by Depression Unexplained aches and pains Weight loss or gain Decreased or increased appetite Psychomotor agitation[] This is called psychomotor retardation.[] Psychomotor agitation or retardation nearly every day. Fatigue or loss of energy nearly every day.[]

    Missing: Subungual Fibroma
  • Endogenous Depression

    It is generally accepted that endogenous depression includes marked vegetative changes, such as loss of appetite, loss of weight, loss of sleep, psychomotor retardation or[] […] score, presumably measuring mainly depressive mood and psychomotor retardation.[] […] depression major depressive disorder characterized by signs and symptoms of psychomotor retardation, such as burdened movements and slowed, toneless speech. en·dog·e·nous[]

    Missing: Subungual Fibroma
  • Reactive Depression

    […] depression major depressive disorder characterized by signs and symptoms of psychomotor retardation, such as burdened movements and slowed, toneless speech. re·ac·tive de[] “A patient who has psychomotor retardation, hypersomnia, and gaining weight is scored as having identical symptoms as another who is agitated, sleeping badly, and has weight[] It is often identified with a specific symptom complex—psychomotor retardation, early morning awakening, weight loss, excessive guilt, and lack of reactivity to the environment—that[]

    Missing: Subungual Fibroma
  • Suicidal Depression

    OBJECTIVE: Identifying the depression symptoms most closely associated with suicidal thoughts and which medications provide the fastest depression relief may help suicide prevention. METHOD: Post hoc analysis of data from a randomized, double-blind, 8-week clinical trial of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor[…][]

    Missing: Subungual Fibroma
  • Leigh's Disease

    Abstract A two-and-a-half-year-old male child presented with recurrent attacks of intractable vomiting, psychomotor retardation since 14 months of age.[] Abstract A 4 1/2-month-old girl suffered from psychomotor retardation, generalized hypotonia, poor feeding, hyperreflexia, nystagmus, optical atrophy and choreoathetosis from[] A group of metabolic disorders primarily of infancy characterized by the subacute onset of psychomotor retardation, hypotonia, ataxia, weakness, vision loss, eye movement[]

    Missing: Subungual Fibroma
  • Psychomotor Retardation

    There was a significant correlation between anhedonia and psychomotor retardation assessed with the Widöcher Retardation Scale.[] At present, there are three objective scales to evaluate psychomotor retardation severity.[] […] between psychomotor retardation and a global attentional deficit.[]

    Missing: Subungual Fibroma
  • Farber Disease

    retardation, and varying degrees of ocular, pulmonary or hepatic involvement.[] retardation.[] The main features were a shrill voice, joint swelling, subcutaneous nodules and retarded psychomotor development.[]

    Missing: Subungual Fibroma
  • Lissencephaly

    Symptoms of the disorder may include unusual facial appearance, difficulty swallowing, failure to thrive, muscle spasms, seizures, and severe psychomotor retardation.[] retardation.[] […] associated to it (ILS, Miller-Dieker, Walker-Warburg) include: seizures and spasms, trouble swallowing and feeding, intellectual impairment, malformation in hands and feet and psychomotor[]

    Missing: Subungual Fibroma
  • Fucosidosis

    In type 2, patients have angiokeratoma, milder psychomotor retardation and neurologic signs, longer survival, and normal salinity in the sweat.[] Abstract Three sisters with adult fucosidosis showed prominent psychomotor retardation, gargoyle features, and angiokeratoma corporis diffusum, meeting the criteria for type[] Because of the slowly progressing psychomotor retardation and recurrent upper respiratory tract infections that the prognosis for patients with this disease is poor.[]

    Missing: Subungual Fibroma

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