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1,743 Possible Causes for Rickets, Scorbutic Rosary

  • Infantile Scurvy

    Rickets predisposes to scurvy, and many writers believe that infantile scurvy is but a hemorrhagic fever of rachitis. Pathology .[] rosary.[] This finding is known as the scorbutic rosary (ie, sternum sinks inward) and may occur in children.[]

  • Scurvy

    Macroscopic analysis and a CT scan reveal a set of lesions both in the skull and the long bones, which indicate that this individual probably suffered from rickets and scurvy[] This finding is known as the scorbutic rosary.[] There are now calls for all children under the age of four to receive free vitamin supplements after a pilot scheme in Birmingham halved the number of cases of rickets and[]

  • Rickets

    Rickets causes the bones of the affected children to become weak and soft.[] , rachitic E55.0 Scurvy, scorbutic E54 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code E54 Ascorbic acid deficiency 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Deficiency of vitamin[] Read more about the signs and symptoms of rickets and osteomalacia . What causes rickets? A lack of vitamin D or calcium is the most common cause of rickets.[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    , other types of rickets, including hereditary forms, must be considered in the differential diagnosis.[] Nutritional rickets remains a public health problem in many countries, despite dramatic declines in the prevalence of the condition in many developed countries since the discoveries[] […] may be the most frequent cause of rickets globally.[]

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  • Celiac Disease

    CONCLUSION: We are presenting this case because it shows a severe case of rickets after malabsorption for many years.[] .- ) hereditary vitamin D-dependent rickets ( E83.32 ) inactive rickets ( E64.3 ) renal rickets ( N25.0 ) sequelae of rickets ( E64.3 ) vitamin D-resistant rickets ( E83.31[] […] of the upper small intestine; manifestations include diarrhea, malabsorption, steatorrhea, and nutritional and vitamin deficiencies Applies To Celiac: crisis infantilism rickets[]

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  • Familial Hypophosphatemia

    […] a familial history of vitamin D-resistant rickets and persistent hypophosphatemia.[] Keywords: Rickets; X-Linked Hypophosphatemic Rickets; XHR; PHEX Gene 1.[] Hypophosphatemic rickets. Curr Opin Endocrinol Diabetes Obes. 2012; 19 (6): 460-7[ DOI ][ PubMed ] 14.[]

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  • Cystinosis

    The first patient developed signs of rickets, and the second patient was lost to follow-up and readmitted with chronic renal failure.[] Radiologic examination showed signs of active rickets. Based on clinical and laboratory findings, we focused on the probable diagnosis of cystinosis.[] However, in view of the growth failure, fair hair and skin, proteinuria, polyuria and active rickets, cystinosis was considered.[]

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  • Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

    The predictive role of antinuclear antibodies (ANAs) remains elusive in the long-term outcome of primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC). The progression of PBC was evaluated in association with ANAs using stepwise Cox proportional hazard regression and an unconditional stepwise logistic regression model based on the data[…][]

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  • Calcium Deficiency

    OBJECTIVE: To assess the role of calcium in the development of clinical rickets among Ethiopian children coming to Jimma Specialised Hospital outpatient, department.[] Abstract Three children, aged 15-18 months were referred because of clinical, radiological and biochemical manifestations of rickets.[] No such correlations were found in rickets, where there was a poor inverse correlation between 1,25(OH)2D and ICTP.[]

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  • Tyrosinemia Type 1

    Conclusions: According to the case presentation, in approach to rickets, first of all type of rickets should be determined and if hypophosphatemic rickets is proposed, it[] BACKGROUND: Untreated tyrosinemia type 1 (HT1) is manifested by liver failure associated with renal tubular dysfunction, growth failure, and rickets.[] Infants with focal hepatic lesions and hepatomegaly (n 13) were younger at diagnosis than those with rickets (n 5) (median age: 3.25 vs. 10 months; P 0.05).[]

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