In the group of patients with psychomotor retardation
Children exposed in utero to even low doses of mercury can develop a range of more serious problems--from psychomotor retardation
(including delays in speech or walking) to birth defects involving severe brain damage.
She has poor recall, difficulty concentrating, and psychomotor retardation
Severe congenital toxoplasmosis can result in hydrocephalus, retinochoroiditis that affects vision, microcephalus, seizures, hepatosplenomegaly, icterus, psychomotor retardation
, and other sequelae (3).
It leads to a wide spectrum of manifestations ranging from acute manifestations in the neonatal period to progressive psychomotor retardation
and deafness manifesting after infancy.
was found in 78 subjects (87%) as a result of examination performed by the Denver developmental screening test.
Adolescents aged 12 to 17 with depression may have sleep or eating disorders, impulsive behaviors, delusions, suicidal ideation, decreased energy and psychomotor retardation
, or decreased functioning in all aspects of their lives.
Increase of IL-1 was found parallel to high levels of S100 protein in 3 patients (10%) with psychomotor retardation
Auditory and visual hallucinadons, flat affect, thought blocking, alogia, suicidal ideation, insomnia, psychomotor retardation
, agitation, and anxiety also were noted in the group.
Depressed mood, suicidal ideation, and psychomotor retardation
are the least common residual symptoms of treatment of major depressive disorder.
The primary end points of the study were death and severe neurologic sequelae, including blindness, profound hearing loss, quadriparesis or quadriplegia, hydrocephalus requiring placement of a shunt, and/or severe psychomotor retardation
Additional symptoms range from mild depression to generalized weakness, sluggishness, forgetfulness, personality decline, and psychomotor retardation