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Results 1 - 10 of 274 for Poor head control
  1. ... few months of life. Affected infants can have poor head control and weak muscle tone (hypotonia), which may delay ...
  2. ... skeletal abnormalities, and weak muscle tone (hypotonia) with poor head control. They also have severe intellectual disability and delayed ...
  3. ... have flexed elbows and knees. They may have poor head control. The head may fall to the side, backward, ...
  4. Spinal Muscular Atrophy/Symptoms ... Spinal Muscular Atrophy ... Cure SMA ... Learn to spot the warning signs of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) like motor delays, muscle ...
  5. ... tone tend to have flexed elbows and knees. Head control may be poor or absent in the floppy infant with the head falling to the side, backward or forward.
  6. ... the windpipe instead of the stomach) Floppy infant (poor muscle tone) Lack of head control Little movement Weakness that gets worse Symptoms in ...
  7. Leigh Syndrome From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)  
    Degenerative Nerve Diseases/Specifics ... Degenerative Nerve Diseases ... Genetic Brain Disorders/Specifics ... Genetic Brain Disorders ... Leigh syndrome is a rare inherited ...
  8. ... the nose Feeding problems Increasing head size Irritability Poor muscle tone , especially of the neck muscles A lack of head control when baby is pulled from a lying to ...
  9. ... close "Floppy" body Absence of gagging Loss of head control Paralysis that spreads downward Poor feeding and weak suckling Respiratory failure Extreme tiredness ( ...
  10. ... When severe, liver damage often leads to death. Poor nutrition. Cancer of the esophagus, liver, colon, head and neck, breasts, and other areas. Excessive drinking can also: Make it harder to control high blood pressure with medicines if you already ...
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