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481 Possible Causes for Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia, Urine Calcium Increased

  • Acquired Fanconi Syndrome

    , birdlike, dysmorphic, micrognathia, mid-face hypoplasia – Neck (1%): Sprengel, Klippel-Fiel, short, low hairline, web – Spine (2%): Spina bifida, scoliosis, hemivertebrae[] eminence, absent first metacarpal, clinodactyly, polydactyly • Ulnae (1%): Dysplastic, short 25. • Skeletal: – Head (20%): Microcephaly, hydrocephaly, – Face (2%): Triangular[] […] rudimentary, attached by a thread, triphalangeal, long, low set • Radii (7%): Absent or hypoplastic (only with abnormal thumbs), absent or weak pulse • Hands (5%): Flat thenar[]

  • Fracture

    Sodium, a main component of table salt, affects our need for calcium by increasing the amount of it we excrete in urine.[] Protein in excess amounts also increases the amount of calcium we excrete in urine, but it provides benefits for bone health as well.[] calcium for their bones.[]

    Missing: Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia
  • Graves Disease

    Hyperthyroidism is associated with an increased excretion of calcium and phosphorous in the urine and stool, which results in a loss of bone mineral.[] […] excretion of calcium and phosphorus in the urine and stool.[] This loss is documented by the measurement of bone density (densitometry) and leads to an increased risk of broken bones (fractures).[]

    Missing: Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia
  • Sarcoidosis

    […] serum calcium with no other cause Increased urine calcium Nephrolithiasis, no stone analysis Nephrolithiasis analysis showing calcium Nephrolithiasis with negative family[] An increase in calcium levels in the urine can put the person at risk of kidney stones. Cause of sarcoidosis The cause of sarcoidosis is not known.[] Uveitis Cataract Optic lesions Liver Liver function tests three times normal Compatible CT scan Elevated alkaline phosphatase Hypercalcemia/hypercalciuria/nephrolithiasis Increased[]

    Missing: Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia
  • Multiple Myeloma

    In addition, calcium released from the bones may result in abnormally high levels of calcium in the blood, possibly causing constipation, increased frequency of urination,[]

    Missing: Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia
  • High Calcium Diet

    calcium excretion through urine (Weil, 2013) -Increases Parathyroid hormone (PTH) levels and therefore decreases calcium reserves in the body.[] So when you double your protein, your calcium loss through urination increases by 50%.[] Some studies show that diets that are high in protein, especially animal protein, result in increased losses of calcium in the urine 9 and may be associated with increased[]

    Missing: Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia
  • Primary Hyperparathyroidism

    It does this by regulating the amount of calcium passed out in the urine and increasing calcium release from bones.[] Hypercalcemia also causes calcium to spill into the urine. Water follows this excess calcium by osmosis and creates an increase in urine volume.[] So the push pull of increased distal convoluted tubule and decreased thick ascending limb calcium reabsorption along with increases filtered load increases urine calcium.[]

    Missing: Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia
  • Hypercalcemia

    Dietary adjustments and supplements Increase fluids intake to promote calcium excretion via urine Increase dietary salt intake (use sea salt only).[] Along with an increase in urine volume, furosemide causes loss of calcium, sodium and potassium.[] Excess calcium causes the kidneys to work harder because there's more waste to filter. Urination increases and kidney stones may develop (ouch!).[]

    Missing: Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease Type 1

    Radiographic imaging studies have an important role in the workup of patients with suspected IBD and in the differentiation of ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. Because of its ability to depict fine mucosal detail, the double-contrast barium study is a valuable technique for diagnosing ulcerative colitis and[…][]

    Missing: Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia
  • Nephrocalcinosis

    Citrate can increase the solubility of calcium in urine and limit the development of nephrocalcinosis.[] […] deposits in the kidney Impaired kidney function Asymptomatic in early stages Calcium salt deposits in kidneys Increased urination Increased thirst Proteinuria Renal glycosuria[] The major causes include those associated with an increase in urinary levels of calcium, oxalate and phosphate.[]

    Missing: Thenar Eminence Hypoplasia

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