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Results 1 - 10 of 202 for Reduced eye contact
  1. ... own feelings appropriately. Signs of ASD, such as reduced eye contact and social interaction, can sometimes be detected before ...
  2. Childhood Schizophrenia (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)  
    Schizophrenia/Children ... Schizophrenia ... Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
  3. Diabetic eye disease can lead to reduced vision and blindness.
  4. Fungal Keratitis (American Academy of Ophthalmology)  
    Corneal Disorders/Specifics ... Corneal Disorders ... Fungal Infections/Specifics ... Fungal Infections ... Eye Infections/Specifics ... Eye Infections ... American Academy of Ophthalmology
  5. ... provider if you develop severe watery diarrhea. Also contact your provider if you have signs of dehydration, including: Dry mouth Dry skin "Glassy" eyes No tears Rapid pulse Reduced or no urine Sunken eyes Thirst Unusual sleepiness ...
  6. ... can be life threatening. Dislocated lenses of the eyes can seriously damage vision. Lens replacement surgery may be needed. Intellectual disability is a serious outcome of the disease. But, it can be reduced if diagnosed early.
  7. Inside Story: A Guide to Indoor Air Quality (Consumer Product Safety Commission)  
    Indoor Air Pollution/Start Here ... Indoor Air Pollution ... Consumer Product Safety Commission ... Information provided in this safety guide is based on current scientific ...
  8. ... become blind or have severe pain and very reduced vision. Mild cases of Fuchs dystrophy often worsen after cataract surgery. A cataract surgeon will evaluate this risk and may modify the technique or the timing of your cataract surgery.
  9. Contact your provider if your baby has: Bluish skin (cyanosis) or ... nausea, or vomiting Puffy eyes or face Tiredness all the time
  10. Complications may include: Continuing discomfort Reduced vision Scarring of cornea
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