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Results 1 - 10 of 78 for Feeding difficulties in infancy
  1. ... parts of the body. This condition usually causes feeding difficulties in infancy, delayed development, intellectual disability that is often mild to moderate but can be severe, changes in muscle tone, distinctive facial ... have trouble feeding and may vomit frequently, which makes it difficult ...
  2. ... ADNP syndrome have weak muscle tone (hypotonia) and feeding difficulties in infancy. They may also have digestive system problems, such ...
  3. ... side of the heart (hypoplastic left heart syndrome); feeding difficulties in infancy; short stature; frequent ear and sinus infections; and ...
  4. ... this condition also have weak muscle tone in infancy, feeding difficulties, poor or absent speech, or muscle stiffness (rigidity). ...
  5. ... or later in life. Features that occur during infancy include feeding difficulties, lack of energy (lethargy), low blood glucose (hypoglycemia), weak muscle tone (hypotonia), and liver problems. Infants with this ... begin after infancy include hypotonia, muscle pain, a breakdown of muscle ...
  6. ... can worsen over time.Affected individuals may have feeding and swallowing difficulties in infancy. They typically have delayed development of motor skills ...
  7. ... features of STAC3 disorder. Affected individuals may have feeding and swallowing difficulties in infancy. They usually have delayed development of motor skills ...
  8. ... of spastic paraplegia type 49. Affected individuals have difficulty feeding beginning in infancy. They experience a backflow of stomach acids into ...
  9. ... SATB2-associated syndrome. Less common neurological problems include feeding difficulties and weak muscle tone (hypotonia) in infancy. About half of affected individuals have abnormalities in ...
  10. ... and symptoms of this condition are apparent in infancy and include feeding and swallowing difficulties, a weak cry, and difficulty with controlling head ...
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