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3,859 Possible Causes for Variable Malocclusions, Vertigo, Vitamin D Deficiency with Rickets

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    […] of variable degree and duration.[] Vertigo Vertigo is a sensation of dizziness and feeling out of balance.[] […] of open bite accompanied by temporomandibular joint disorder occurring in a patient who visited our hospital because of pain in the left temporomandibular joint region, vertigo[]

    Missing: Vitamin D Deficiency with Rickets
  • Kidney Disease

    From Wikidata Jump to navigation Jump to search a urinary system disease that is located in the kidney renal disease kidney damage kidney injury nephropathy disease of kidney disorder of kidney kidney necrosis nephron damage edit English kidney disease a urinary system disease that is located in the kidney renal[…][]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Hyponatremia

    However, whether caused by nutritional and/or vitamin D deficiency, vitamin D resistance, or renal osteodystrophy, rickets is readily distinguished from hypophosphatasia by[] The "Cardinal Presentations Section" provides quick and easy reference to differential diagnosis and directed testing for fever in the adult patient; dizziness and vertigo[] Rickets defines the physical and radiographic features of early hypophosphatasia.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta

    The sclera have variable hues. In utero fractures are common. Limb shortening and progressive deformities can occur.[] Nutritional rickets, caused by a vitamin D deficiency. Cushing’s disease. Calcium deficiency/malabsorption. Nonaccidental injury.[] […] also a common feature. 1, 3 Otologic manifestations of OI occur in approximately 50% of patients and include hearing loss, the most common problem, as well as tinnitus, vertigo[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    rickets I, or pseudo-vitamin D-deficiency rickets).[] A 37-year old male presented with vertigo, paranoia, and tremor and had MRI changes suggestive of demyelinating disease.[] […] both with neurological symptoms from the sacral segments, such as weakness of the pelvic floor and bladder and bowel dysfunction, and to other symptoms such as ataxia and vertigo[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

    A, retinoic acid and similar drugs Endocrine Addison disease Cushing disease Hypocalcemia Hypo or hyperthyroidism Ovarian dysfunction Vitamin D-dependent rickets Vitamin[] Among audiovestibular symptoms, tinnitus and dizziness are commonly reported, while vertigo and hearing impairment are infrequent reports.[] This was accompanied by headaches, otalgia, tinnitus, and vertigo.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Brain Stem Disorder

    Vitamin D deficiency may cause the softening of bone, called rickets, may affect the nervous system, and may cause weakness of the proximal muscles. rickets Children with[] Migraine is a common cause of vascular vertigo. Hearing disturbance is a much less common symptom of brainstem stroke than vertigo.[] Peripheral vertigo; Central vertigo; Dizziness; Benign positional vertigo; Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo Bhattacharyya N, Gubbels SP, Schwartz SR, et al.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    To our knowledge, ganglioneuroblastoma has never been reported in association with vitamin D deficiency rickets.[] The aim of this paper is to present the symptoms of severe vitamin D deficiency rickets and to highlight the importance of vitamin D prophylaxis in infants.[] Pseudo vitamin D deficiency rickets also called vitamin D dependent rickets type I (VDDR 1) is an uncommon cause of rickets.[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions Vertigo
  • Arnold Chiari Malformation

    Bone Mineral Deficiency In regard to bone mineral deficiencies, patients with familial vitamin D–resistant rickets have a higher incidence of CM-I, 5 believed to be due to[] Adult patients with type 1 CM, may initially present with benign paroxysmal vertigo and could be confused as a trivial benign positional vertigo.[] Clinical manifestations of types I-III include TORTICOLLIS ; opisthotonus; HEADACHE ; VERTIGO ; VOCAL CORD PARALYSIS ; APNEA ; NYSTAGMUS, CONGENITAL ; swallowing difficulties[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions
  • Milk-Alkali Syndrome

    In disorders of hypocalcemia, characterized by high PTH levels that drive bone remodeling, such as the secondary hyperparathyroidism of renal failure, vitamin D deficiency[] The symptoms include nausea, vomiting, headache, irritability, vertigo, depression, confusion, weakness, and ataxia.[] , and the rare disorder of calcitriol resistance ( 38 ), the low serum calcium concentration probably contributes to the development of rickets or osteomalacia ( 38 – 41 )[]

    Missing: Variable Malocclusions

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