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I have all the symptom of guillam barre syndrome. It's started last month April 18 this and the sign and symptom progress and days and weeks.
May be another thing: Guillian Barre' is typically a rapidly progressive ascending polyneuropathy that can result in an inability to breath. It is associated with a number of infections, medications, toxic exposures, but the source is often unknown. You MUST seek immediate medical care with Neurology consultation diagnose this issue. See the link below: http://www. Ninds. Nih. Gov/disorders/gbs/detail_gbs. Htm ...Read more
Let me explain: Inherited neuropsychiatric disorder with onset in childhood, characterized by multiple tics and at least one vocal tic. These tics characteristically wax and wane, can be suppressed temporarily, and are preceded by a premonitory urge. Tourette's is defined as part of a spectrum of tic disorders, which includes transient and chronic tics. ...Read more
Sjogren's syndrome: Two main symptoms are dry eyes and dry mouth. Other symptoms may include joint pain, swelling and stiffness, swollen salivary glands — particularly the set located behind your jaw and in front of your ears, skin rashes or dry skin, vaginal dryness, persistent dry cough, prolonged fatigue. ...Read more
Many: Asperger syndrome is a pervasive developmental disorder (pdd) or autism spectrum disorder (asd). Asperger syndrome differs from autistic disorder is that children with Asperger syndrome do not have speech or cognitive delays. For a good overview see http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0002516/. ...Read more
Clinical picture: A constellation of behaviors and patterns of thought that tend to run together. Powerful focus on a few narrow intellectual areas. Poor physical coordination. Much difficulty reading and understanding other people. Rapid mechanical speech. The tendency to be a jerk without realizing it is distressing both to the aspie and to others. Focus of rx is on learning to be a diplomat -- can help us all. ...Read more
If there is no sign of Down syndrome in my family, what are the chances I will have a child with downs?
Rhr 60 while sitting, when standing it jumps to 80 bpm. Is this a sign of pots Syndrome? Since it increased by 20
My baby has attached low earlobes. My ped said it’s a sign of turners syndrome. I’m totally freaked out. She has no other signs.
You were misinformed: Attached earlobes are not associated with Turner syndrome at a higher rate than th general population. Some affected infants have loose skin over the back of the neck, a webbed neck, or a low hairline at the back of the neck, puffy hands and feet, and a majority of fingerprint whorls. Ears may be low set. See https://www. Nichd. Nih. Gov/health/topics/turner/conditioninfo/pages/symptoms. Aspx" ...Read more
ANGELMAN SYNDROME: Angelman syndrome is a complex genetic disorder that affects the nervous system. Characteristic features of this condition include delayed development, intellectual disability, severe speech impairment, and problems with movement and balance. Most affected children also have recurrent seizures and a small head size. Delayed development becomes noticeable by the age of 6 and other S/S appear. ...Read more
HELLP syndrome: Hellp syndrome is a severe form of pre-eclampsia where the liver enzymes are elevated and platlets are dangerously low. This is found on lab work. Blood pressure is high, there is elevated protein in the urine. She may have vision changes, severe headache, vomitting, pain in the upper right belly, and possibly seizures or strokes. Delivery is crucial to save mom, no matter how many weeks till due. ...Read more
Angelman: Happy kids, pleasant disposition, developmental and speech delay, seizures and ataxia (uncoordinated)walking. ...Read more
Down's syndrome: Delayed maturation of brain & body, result in small chin, oblique eye fissures with skin folds on inner corners of the eyes, flat nasal bridge, poor muscle tone, protruding tongue, flat face, short neck, lax joints, larger space between big toe & second toe, short fingers, short stature & bowed legs, obesity as they grow older. ...Read more
It is typically associated with a delay in cognitive ability (mental retardation, or mr) and physical growth, and a particular set of facial characteristics.
The average iq of young adults with Down syndrome is around 50, whereas young adults without the condition typically have an iq of 100. ...Read more
Marfan syndrome?: It is possible that you could have marfan's. See your doctor or a pediatric geneticist to see if you have any other stigmata. ...Read more
See NIH website:
See: www. Nchi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001992/ for a full review.
Down syndrome results when a kid is born with too much chromosome material in his/her cells which confuses the system & results in anomalies & poor development. It cannot be fixed, but outcome can be improved with attention to associated problems. ...Read more
I would love to know more information on the allen-masters syndrome. Signs, symptoms and causes...
Very old terminology: That is a very old term for defects in the pelvic peritoneum and pelvic muscles. The primary cause being endometriosis and traumatic vaginal birth. That term is almost never used anymore. Instead doctors focus on the underlying cause. Pelvic pain and painful intercourse are the most common symptoms. ...Read more
Dumping syndrome: Dumping syndrome implies bolus emptying of the stomach into the duodenum with associated release of digestive hormones ; insulin. Metabolic, motility, anatomic (shunts of upper GI tract), ; iatrogenic (drug side effects) factors are causative. Symptoms include: flushing, sweating, dizziness, weakness, hypovolemia, ; vasomotor collapse (passing out). ...Read more
Maternal serum: Screening at 10-14 weeks + fetal ultrasound (fus) at 11-14 weeks + maternal "quad" screen at 16 weeks detects ~ 95% of fetuses with Down syndrome with <5% false-positive rate. Increased size of the fluid-filled space at the nape of the neck & abnormalities of blood flow in the heart are signs on early fus. Diagnostic testing is chorionic villus sampling at 10-12 weeks or amnio at 15-18 weeks. ...Read more
Dehydration: Risk include dehydration, loss of nutrients, diarrhea. Dumping syndrome usually results when high osmotic load such food from stomach meets mid intestines after gastric bypass surgery or other surgery involving intestines in which the duodenum (first part of the intestine) is bypassed. Duodenum is made to handle that load but lower part of the gut is not and leads to severe diarrhea after eating. ...Read more
POTS not risk for PD: Although people with parkinson's disease may have some signs of autonomic nervous system dysfunction- postural orthostatic tachycardic syndome (pots) is not recognized as a risk factor in the development of parkinson's disease. It can exist as 2 separate entities but it is not believed to be a cause/effect type of relationship. I've included a chart which shows where parkinson's and pots are. ...Read more
Unusual presentation: The prodrome is often somewhat prolonged, lasting for three to seven days and is characterized by fever (temperature ≥100.5ºf [>38ºc]) malaise, headache, and myalgias. Unlike many all other resp viral prodromes, most patients have no upper resp symptoms during this stage. At the end of this prodrome, the respiratory phase begins with a nonproductive cough, and may lead to dyspnea and resp failure. ...Read more
Look here: Http://digestive. Niddk. Nih. Gov/ddiseases/pubs/cvs/index. Aspx.Get a more detailed answer ›
Read this abstract:
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/25546918
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/25829642 ...Read more