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Doctor insights on: Dysplstic Features

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Could you please describe features and causes of holoproscephaly?

Holoprosencephaly: Did you mean Holoprosencephaly? This is asked like it is a question that was assigned by a teacher? Is this for a school project? I can't do the topic justice in 400 characters or less and you will understand it better if you learn mroe about it. Please see: https://rarediseases. Info. Nih. Gov/diseases/6665/holoprosencephaly/cases/27877 ...Read more

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Describe the features of bullying.?

Describe the features of bullying.?

Intimidation: Bullying usually refers to behaviors in which one person tries to control another person thorugh the use of intimidation. This often takes the form of physical intimidation and aggression, but it can also have to do with verbal or emotional intimidation. People who engage in bullying often use sarcasm and criticism as a way to try to control others. ...Read more

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Features of meningoencephalitis?

Features of meningoencephalitis?

Meningoencephalitis: Meningoencephalitis is a medical condition that simultaneously resembles both meningitis, which is an infection or inflammation of the meninges, and encephalitis, which is an infection or inflammation of the brain. ...Read more

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Describe the features of bursitis.?

Describe the features of bursitis.?

Inflammmation: Bursitis is a condition of inflammation often associated
with pain, swelling and some warmth. It is often related to
overactivity typically affecting areas such as the olecranon bursa
of the elbow, trochanteric bursa of the hip and the calcaneal bursa of the heel. The treatment involves rest, ice, nsaids and
sometimes might involve physical therapy or local cortisone injection. ...Read more

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Describe the features of balanitis.?

Describe the features of balanitis.?

Inflammed glans: Only occurs in the uncircumcised under an inflammed foreskin. Combined inlammation of glans & foreskin is known as balanoposthitis. Foreskin usually cannot be retracted and becomes swollen and tender. Immediate treatment usually oral antibiotics plus topical antibiotic salve such as neosporin or bacitracin. See your Dr., circumcision may be adviseable. ...Read more

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Describe the features of confusion.?

Describe the features of confusion.?

Lack of Alertness: Confusion usually refers to a state in which people lack a full level of alertness or awareness of what is going on. Sometimes, it can include disorganized thoughts and difficulty completing tasks. Memory may also be affected. It is important to know that "confusion" is a very general term and can occur for many different reasons. ...Read more

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Describe the features of bronchitis.?

Describe the features of bronchitis.?

Bronchitis: Bronchitis usually starts with a cold caused by a virus. In bronchitis, due to the weakened immunity, some of your own bacteria get down into your airways to the lung and produce heavy mucous which eventually turn purulent (yellow, gray, or green). The main symptoms are heavy cough and production of this thick sputum. There is usually no fever. There may be chest tightness or wheezing. ...Read more

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Describe the features of berylliosis.?

Describe the features of berylliosis.?

Rare condition from: ...Occupational exposure to beryllium ("be"; a heavy metal). Formerly used in flourescent lights, its now almost exclusively used in the aerospace industry. Be dust is inhaled and can stimulate the immune system like an allergen. Lung disease can be acute like infection or a chronic condition, similar to sarcoid. Individual susceptibility varies probably by genetic variation. ...Read more

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Describe the features of an antiviral.?

Describe the features of an antiviral.?

Medication: An antiviral is generally a medication specifically used to treat a viral infection. Those medications could be pills, shots, liquids, creams, gels, etc. Many vaccines would be considered anti-virals as well. ...Read more

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Describe the features of bronchiolitis.?

Describe the features of bronchiolitis.?

Bronchiolitis: Bronchiolitis is wheezing, coughing and congestion in an infant or baby caused by a virus most commonly RSV (respiratory syncytial virus). There is no antibiotic for bronchiolitis. In the case of small infants hospitalization may be necessary. Cough medicines are not very helpful. If the infant's breathing is rapid or labored then they need to be seen by the doctor right away. ...Read more

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Describe the features of a broken back.?

Describe the features of a broken back.?

Pain: Back pain worse sitting and walking some sevete frx will include nerve disfunction from pain numbness paralysis. Xrays show broken bone result of fall o rmva. See a doc to evaluate. ...Read more

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What are features of a normal cystogram?

What are features of a normal cystogram?

See below: Smooth, well supported bladder without reflux, filling defects or diverticula; bladder neck is competent and with voiding there is relaxation of the outlet and satisfactory bladder emptying. ...Read more

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Describe the features of cardiomyopathy.?

Describe the features of cardiomyopathy.?

Fatigue and dyspnea: Cardiomyopathy (aka heart muscle weakness) can lead to clinical heart failure symptoms: shortness of breath, fluid retention with leg and abdominal swelling, fatigue and lack of energy. Cardiomyopathy can be caused by coronary disease/ prior heart attacks, uncontrolled hypertension or diabetes, heavy alcohol use, prior chemotherapy or viral infections. ...Read more

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What does "with psychotic features" mean?

What does "with psychotic features" mean?

Mental disorder plus: Psychosis basically is referring to a host of symptoms that are seen in many psychiatric disorders. Delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, disorganized behaviors and what are called negative symptoms (flatness of affect, lack of energy, and slowed thinking).
With psychotic features means mental disorder + 2 or more of the above present for significant portion of time in one month. ...Read more

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Describe the features of a b-blocker overdose.?

Describe the features of a b-blocker overdose.?

Slow heart rate: The heart rate and blood pressure drop, in some cases the person may become confused or lethargic. If severe overdose cardiac arrest can occur. ...Read more

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Describe the features of disability needing a caregiver.?

Describe the features of disability needing a caregiver.?

Care giver: In most instances this comes down to one's ability to perform activities of daily living (nutrition, hygiene, etc) as well as ambulation or transfers. If one is not able to perform these basic functions, a care giver (part of full time is needed). ...Read more

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I need a list of all adult day care centers safety features?

I need a list of all adult day care centers safety features?

Local DSS: Your local department of social services will have a complete list of regulations and features that an adult daycare should possess. You can also investigate if the ones you're looking at have been cited, and for what. The state dept of social services will also possess such a list of regulations, though they do not do the inspections themselves. ...Read more

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Can you tell me the main clinical features of gilbert syndrome?

Can you tell me the main clinical features of gilbert syndrome?

There are none: Gilbert's (zheel-bear's) is a mild metabolic kink that produces slightly elevated indirect bilirubin, especially if you miss a few meals. The jaundice might be noticeable to someone with a good eye. The worst part of the "disease" is getting diagnosed and believing you are actually sick. It's extremely common, with a few % of your friends being affected. ...Read more

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What are common features of someone with wolf? Hirschhorn syndrome?

Varies.: There are very few "syndromes" with only one appearance, or have a unique characteristic that immediately allows diagnosis at a glance in all cases. Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome is so rare, most of us have never heard of it. Glad you asked, so I could find out too! Here's a helpful page https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Wolf%E2%80%93Hirschhorn_syndrome
Also see http://tinyurl. Com/plta2tl ...Read more

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What are common physical features of people with angelman syndrome?

What are common physical features of people with angelman syndrome?

Angelman syndrome: Severe developmental delays, sleep disturbance, jerky movements, seizures, intellectual deficits, & a happy demeanour. ...Read more

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Does losing weight permanently change your facial shape and features?

Does losing weight permanently change your facial shape and features?

Weight Loss: They are changed as long as the weight stays off. If you put it back on the shape and features will change. ...Read more

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What causes the similar facial features in people with down's syndrome?

What causes the similar facial features in people with down's syndrome?

Genetic: Downs is cause by trisomy 21 tow many genes at chromosome 21. There are 22 pairs of chromosomes and two pairs of sex chromosomes. The extra chromosome on 21 is what gives people the features with increased or decreased penetrance. Cause by nondisjunction in meiosis when the chromosomes of sperm and egg combine, the extra chromosome on #21 cause the features. ...Read more

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What are the odd facial features of a child with fasd is easily identified?

What are the odd facial features of a child with fasd is easily identified?

FASD: The image shows the characteristics. Sometimes they can be subtle, and would need a doctor to identify. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how I could look less ugly/ disguise abnormal facial features?

Can you tell me how I could look less ugly/ disguise abnormal facial features?

What's really up?: A marked birth defect can be fixed surgically, but by and large, less severe variables aren't worth trying to conceal. People who know you notice how you move, talk, how physically fit you are much more than your not having a "Hollywood-pretty" face, and if you're liked (i.e., you treat others well) people won't want to see your face change at all -- they like it because it's yours. ...Read more

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Describe morphological and clinical features in common lymphoid neoplasms, please!?

Describe morphological and clinical features in common lymphoid neoplasms, please!?

Big subject!: I wish I could do everybody's homework assignments in 400 characters. Get a good pathology textbook such as robbins or a website you trust and read up on the lymphocytic and lymphoblastic leukemias, hodgkin's disease, and the non-hodgkin's lymphomas. Good luck. ...Read more

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I was wondering what are the physical features of a person who has hypopituitarism?

I was wondering what are the physical features of a person who has hypopituitarism?

Hypopit: If all the hormones of the pituitary are low, you will manifest the symptoms of low thyroid, adrenal, sex hormones, etc. One form of acquired hypopit is sheehan's syndrome, which you can read about. Http://www. Yourhormones. Info/endocrine_conditions/sheehans_syndrome. Aspx. The sex hormones (lh and fsh) are among the first to go, and they would be among the first to check for. ...Read more

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What are some common physical features that might mean someone could develop asperger's syndrome?

What are some common physical features that might mean someone could develop asperger's syndrome?

There are none: Asperger's is present early-on as a combination of strengths and challenges. The ability to focus the mind -- in today's world, science and tech rule -- runs with being physically and socially awkward. The latter can be managed some by social skills training and simply saying only nice things. These folks make quality friends who'll respond well to kindness in a world that's often cruel. ...Read more

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If we have one or two clinical features of personality disorder, does that mean we are having that personality disorder?

If we have one or two clinical features of personality disorder, does that mean we are having that personality disorder?

Not: Usually not. If you look up the name of the particular disorder in the diagnostic and statistical manual of psychiatry - it will list criteria for each type of personality disorder and how many criteria must be met to make the diagnosis. ...Read more