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Can right ventricular hypertrophy in an infant be resolved if the underlying condition resolves? Underlying condition is BPD, PH and Sleep Apnea.

Can right ventricular hypertrophy in an infant be resolved if the underlying condition resolves? Underlying condition is BPD, PH and Sleep Apnea.

Yes: It may resolve as the lung disease improves, and if there is no other cause for the pulmonary hypertension such a cardiac disease. Your physician will continue to re assess with cardiac echocardiography which can determine parameters related to pulmonary hypertension. As the lung grows, the effect of premature birth and BPD can be minimized. PRMG/Pediatrics may review records faxed: 8582599689 ...Read more

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Is ibs(irritable bowel syndrome) a true medical condition ?

Is ibs(irritable bowel syndrome) a true medical condition ?

Yes.: In ibs, the bowel looks normal, even under the microscope. But it reacts to stimuli differently than normal bowel does. For instance, distention that does not cause pain in a normal bowel can cause a great deal of pain in someone with ibs. There is ongoing research on this. ...Read more

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Can osgood sclatters be a permanent, genetic condition with chronic flares lastting in severity? Can't find any information confirming this.

Can osgood sclatters be a permanent,  genetic condition with chronic flares lastting in severity? Can't find any information confirming this.

Ends at adulthood: Osgood-shlatter's disease is an apophysitis of the tibial tubercle. It is related to increased activity and is often seen after growth spurts (bones grow fast, and tendons do not keep up...Causing tightness in areas such as the patellar tendon...Causing excessive traction on the tibial tubercle resulting in apophysitis). At skeletal maturity, the apophysis closes and the pain goes away! ...Read more

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If an aggressive child has oppositional defiant disorder is it possible they will grow out of it?

If an aggressive child has oppositional defiant disorder is it possible they will grow out of it?

It depends: The younger that aggressive and oppositional symptoms are seen between the ages of 5 and 13, the more likely it is that it will last a lifetime if appropriate treatment is not given. Conduct problems that begin in adolescence and are not severe, often end in adolescence. Treatment for the first group is often family therapy, skill building, multi-agency case management, and intensive services. ...Read more

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Is irritable bowel syndrome always a lifelong condition or can it sometimes go away for good?

Is irritable bowel syndrome always a lifelong condition or can it sometimes go away for good?

Diet and fluids: And probiotics seem to help if patient is compliant. Eat a high fi=ber diet, regular meal times and portions and drink 80-100 oz of caffeine free, alcohol free fluid daily. ...Read more

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Is it possible to permanently cure a learning disorder?

Is it possible to permanently cure  a learning disorder?

Not currently: Ld is a chronic disorder for which a range of treatments can provide signficant benefits, but we don't have any cures for the underlying problem. Think of it as being near-sighted: glasses can make vision just fine, but you're still near-sighted. That said, effective interventions can make life much, much easier. ...Read more

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Is their a cure to get rid out prolonged qt syndrome?

Is their a cure to get rid out prolonged qt syndrome?

Genetic?: If its genetic then no & you should consult an electrophysiologist. If drug induced....Then discontinuing the offending medication should restore things to normal. ...Read more

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If a child is born premature, will that child develop learning disabilities? What causes a child to be a slow learner and how to be a fast learner?

If a child is born premature, will that child develop learning disabilities? What causes a child to be a slow learner and how to be a fast learner?

Different outcomes: I know some very smart kids who were very premature and some very dumb kids who were term. There's more to it than just those things. Certainly, the more premature, the more at risk for learning problems, but it doesn't mandate the child will have problems. Also, the earlier you intervene with lots of interactive, 1:1 learning activities, reading to child and interactive play, more child learns! ...Read more

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How infrequent is the eye condition strabismus?

How infrequent is the eye condition strabismus?

4%: 4% of the pupulation is either born with, or develops manifest strabismus. Strabismus refers to the eyes being misaligned: esotropia-turned in, exotropia-turned out, hyperopia-up, hyotropia-down, or a combination. Congental stabismus is treated early. ...Read more

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How can you potty-train a child with hirschprung's disease symptoms?

How can you potty-train a child with hirschprung's disease symptoms?

HIRSCHPRUNG's D.: Potty training is not the problem here. It is important to diagnose the congenital anomally to correct the aganglionic portion of the colon by surgery before getting complicated with toxic megacolon. ...Read more

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How to cure a problem of pre ejaculation?

How to cure a problem of pre ejaculation?

Premature ejaculatio: Most cases of premature ejaculation do not have a clear cause. Sexual experience and age often allow men learn to delay orgasm. It may occur with a new partner or in certain sexual situations or excitement if it has been a long time since the last ejaculation. Psychological factors such as anxiety, guilt, or depression can also cause it. Partner therapy can help, along with reduced stimulation. ...Read more

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Hypokalemic periodic paralysis what medical condition can this be?

Hypokalemic periodic paralysis what medical condition can this be?

Inherited disorder: Hypokalemic periodic paralysis is an inherited disorder that results in occasions temporary paralysis. Large meals can trigger attacks, especially the morning after. Treatment is possible with potassium supplements, or medications. It typical starts in the teens, but life span is usually normal, although persistent weakness may develop over years. It is very rarely fatal if recognized. ...Read more

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Is it possible that ADHD medications will cause my child to become even more hyperactive temporarily?

Is it possible that ADHD medications will cause my child to become even more hyperactive temporarily?

Yes: Unfortunately some children will appear to be more hyperactive as a side effect . Fortunately this disappears when the medicine is stopped. Consult with your pediatrician. ...Read more

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How can children with the rare disorder pachygyria be cured?

How can children with the rare disorder pachygyria be cured?

They aren't: This is a condition where the signals for neuronal development were not followed correctly and resulted in abnormal brain formation.This results in profound developmental impairment and intellectual difficulties. Treatment is supportive. ...Read more

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Does touretts syndrome and OCD need special accomodations because of deeper neurological issues.?

Does touretts syndrome and OCD need special accomodations because of deeper neurological issues.?

Not necessarily. : Both of those issues can be well- controlled with medication. Is there any suspicion of a learning disorder which would require accommodation? ...Read more

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Can you tell me what is psychotic disorder due to a general medical condition with delusions?

Can you tell me what is psychotic disorder due to a general medical condition with delusions?

Medical psychosis: A number of medical problems can cause psychosis, including: alcohol and certain illegal drugs, both during use and during withdrawal brain diseases, such as parkinson's disease, huntington's disease, and certain chromosomal disorders brain tumors or cysts dementia (including alzheimer's disease) hiv and other infections that affect the brain some prescription drugs, such as steroids and stimulants.Stroke and epilepsy are also possibilities.Electrolyte abnormalities, multiple sclerosis, damage to visual and auditory nerves, deafness, thyroid or parathyroid abnormalities, adrenal corticoid abnormalities, blood gas abnormalities, autoimmune disorders including lupus, and blood sugar abnormalities.This of course is just a partial list. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What neurological condition would cause a person to revert to child-like state and reverse sleep cycle? Almost certain it is dementia

What neurological condition would cause a person to revert to child-like state and reverse sleep cycle? Almost certain it is dementia

More information: You're correct, people with dementia may appear to be childlike and have changes in their sleep cycle. The only way to be sure is through medical and neuropsychological evaluation. Proper diagnosis is important. If it is dementia, there may be medications and other recommendations that can help address sleep and behavior changes. ...Read more

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Is incomplete rbbb permanent. If your hearts healthy does condition worsen. Is it permanent. Can you treat it. Does rbbb your hearts not workin proply?

Is incomplete rbbb permanent. If your hearts healthy does condition worsen. Is it permanent. Can you treat it. Does rbbb your hearts not workin proply?

Bundle branch block: Incomplete right bundle means there is a slight slowing of electrical impulse conduction in the right heart conduction system. It usually does not cause a problem. It doesn't mean the heart is dysfunctional. ...Read more

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Is extreme workplace stress over a period of 16 months enough to cause PTSD or make a pre-existing condition worsen to need intervention?

Is extreme workplace stress over a period of 16 months enough to cause PTSD or make a pre-existing condition worsen to need intervention?

It can happen: Extreme stress means different things to different people. It can happen over 16 months, or even just 16 seconds as in witnessing a gruesome killing or suffering an assault or battery. One's primary care doctor can help, and may refer to Psychiatry or Psychology. ...Read more