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if these seem to fit you see a psychiatrist or psychologist for further assessment and treatment. Best wishes. ...Read more
Reyes syndrome: Reyes syndrome is caused by giving Aspirin or othersalicylate drumsto a child who has a viral illness such as the flu. One can develop signs of liver failure, which consists of lethergy, vomiting, jaundice, which can cause seizures and eventually coma due high ammonia levels in the blood. ...Read more
Neurocystocercosis: Great wikipedia question but better to go to uptodate. Com and read about it there. Not enough room here. It is due to a parasite. ...Read more
Barrett's esophagus: Esophagitis (alternate spelling in the states) is a result of severe gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd). With adequate severity & duration, chronic esophagitis might develop into barrett's esophagus which is a precursor to esophageal cancer. See http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/barretts-esophagus/hq00312 for more info. ...Read more
Varies: Acute leukemias usually cause symptoms that bring a patient in to a doctor or emergency room. Chronic leukemias are often found incidentally when a blood count is ordered and abnormalities are identified. ...Read more
Similar to gout: Pseudogout involves deposition of calcium pyrophosphate crystals (instead of uric acid as in gout) in joints, most frequently knees and wrists. Presentation may be similar: joint pain, swelling, redness. In pts under 60y/o hyperparathyroidism or hemochromatosis should be ruled out. There is no definitive treatment, but corticosteroids injected into the affected joint may help. ...Read more
Redness, irritation: Pinguecula, a benign growth nasally or temporally on the eye starting next to the cornea, is an overgrowth response to wind, dust and sunlight. Small ones generally have no symptoms, but larger ones can look prominent cosmetically. Generally these are left alone but can be removed if obvious but they frequently will regrow. They do not threaten vision. ...Read more
Anatomy vs symptoms: When I explain tmj/tmd to my patients, I tell them that everyone has TMJ (unless some type of mutation, cancer or accident.) TMJ is the anatomy of the jaw joints- (t) temporal bone on upper maxilla; (m) mandible- lower jaw; (j) joints- where the two meet in a complex of tendons, ligaments, etc. Tmd are the symptoms exhibited by someone who has a problem with the TMJ complex- locking, popping. ...Read more
Mucormycosis: Rhinoorbitocerebral mucromycosis (most common type) usually presents as acute sinusitis with fever, nasal congestion, purulent nasal discharge, sinus pain, and headache. Spread to adjacent structures, such as the palate, orbit, and brain, usually progresses quickly. Other signs and symptoms include facial swelling, nasal ulceration, decreased vision, and ophthalmoplegia (eye movement problem). ...Read more
Cough and wheeze: Yes, bronchiolitis is typically an inflammation of the very small airways or bronchiole tubes in infants and is typically caused by a virus, often times the RSV virus. Symtoms include cough, wheezing, congestion, runny nose, fever, and other symptoms seen with viral illnesses. Very young, premature babies can be particularly affected by bronchiolitis. ...Read more
The condition itself: Seretonin syndrome could cause symptoms of seretonin syndrome. Your question is sort of like asking what causes the symptoms of a hart attack. Well, a hart attack, for one. I encourage you to put some effort into rephrasing your question in such a way that you post the question you actually want answered. ...Read more
Too much sugar!: Diabetes mellitus is a disorder of high blood sugars caused by either deficiency of Insulin (type 1) or a partial deficiency of Insulin caused by the body not responding to Insulin (type 2). High glucose levels can cause short-term symptoms (thirst, frequent urination), but more worrisome are the long-term complications of high glucose levels, such as blindness, kidney disease, and heart disease. ...Read more