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What Are The Most Common Symptoms Of Dressler Syndrome
GBS: Guillain-barre syndrome presents with progressive weakness starting at distal parts of limbs and moving upwards towards the torso. The extremity eventually may become limp. It can also affect the respiratory muscles and the patient my end up on a ventilator in an icu. Other unusual symptoms are changes in heart and blood pressure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Autism spectrum: Long list of symptoms (patient can exhibit some and not others). Typically it affects social interaction: difficulty forming relationships, poor eye contact, repetitive gestures, withdrawn, inflexible routines, etc. Do not have mental retardation or delay in verbal language development. Restricted obsessive interests. Aka high functioning autism. This website has more http://www.Aspergers.Com/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Growth and cardiac: Williams syndrome patients have often growth deficiency. Language ability is greater than cognitive ability. They are friendly, have a hoarse voice, anxious, hypersensitive to sounds. Often, they have blue eyes, with a stellate pattern in the iris, prominent lips, hypoplastic nails, poor dentition. Supravalvular aortic stenosis and peripheral pulmonary stenosis are common. Renal anomalies as well. ...Read more
Hand problems.: Patients with raynaud's have a problem with arteriolar spasm with cold or fear/anxiety. The condition varies in severity, but you will typically see whiteness above your pips (second joint of the fingers) followed by pup=rple, and then redness accompanied by pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pallister Killian: The following website discusses the symptoms of this rare genetic disorder extensively; it also provides resources for patients & families: http://ghr.Nlm.Nih.Gov/condition/pallister-killian-mosaic-syndrome. ...Read more
Se below: Morphea is localized thickening scarring of the skin. It is commoner on the body and can affect both children and adults. It begins with red thickened areas that then become hypopigmented and turn into thickened scar tissue. It can be local or generalized and the skin biopsy looks like scleroderma. Physical therapy to maintain function is important and if progressive can require immunosuppression. ...Read more
Varies: This is a neuropsychiatric disorder most often coexisting with other psychiatric diagnoses like bipolar or schizophrenia.It can also follow head trauma or general accident. It is very rare. The afflicted believe they are either dead (deny living) or believe body parts are missing ( deny vital organs) antidepressants, anti-psychotics, mood stabilisers and electric shock are used successfully. ...Read more
Pain: Tenosynovitis is an inflammatory condition affecting the tendon which is the part of a muscle that attaches to a bone. The locaion of the pain depends on what muscle is affected. Typically performing the muscle's usual action against a little resistance will elicit the pain. Also direct palpation over the tendon will elicit tenderness. ...Read more
Raynaud's: Raynaud's syndrome is a spasm of the small vessels of the hands most often related to cold weather, emotional stress, or a multitude of other factors. Classically it is described as cold hands which first turn "ghost white" and then become purplish in color, most often trigged by the cold. This usually gets better when the hands are warmed. At worst it can cause ulcerations of the fingers. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Facial character: 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
Carpal tunnel: Carpal tunnel is typified by numbness and/or tingling in the thumb, index, long, & half of the ring finger. Aching may be reported but numbness & pins/needles are more common. It can be reproduced by holding your wrist in the bent forward position for well over a minute or may be considered if you can elicit tingling with forcible tapping over underside of wrist. Palmar muscle atrophy when severe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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