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  1. ... that produce or store ADH are damaged by head injuries, brain tumors, brain surgery, certain diseases and infections, ...
  2. ... can trigger disease symptoms. Substance abuse and traumatic head injuries have also been associated with bipolar disorder. It ...
  3. ... particularly vulnerable to stresses such as infection, mild head trauma or other injury, or even extreme fright. These stresses may trigger ...
  4. ... assistance sitting, and generally use a wheelchair. Self-injury (including biting and head banging) is the most common and distinctive behavioral problem in individuals with Lesch-Nyhan syndrome. ... This condition is inherited in an X- ...
  5. ... aggression, anxiety, impulsiveness, and difficulty paying attention. Self-injury, including biting, hitting, head banging, and skin picking, is very common. Repetitive ...
  6. ... social interaction and communication), schizophrenia, aggression, and self-injury. About half of affected individuals have an unusually small head (microcephaly).Less commonly, 17q12 duplications have been associated ...
  7. ... occur during a difficult birth, surgery, or accidental injury. The nerves ... supplies blood to the head and neck (the carotid artery) on the affected ...
  8. ... affect the skin at the top of the head because that region needs to be able to ... development. Most cases of ...
  9. ... the brain or in the balance between vascular injury and repair (vascular ... or minor head trauma. Excessive use of pain relief medications can ...
  10. ... or back; swelling in the arms, neck, or head; difficult or painful ... tobacco use, injury, or disease.While aortic aneurysms are common worldwide, ...
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