It can be characterised by delayed psychomotor development, intellectual disability, truncal
hypotonia (reduced muscle strength), spasticity (contracted and stiff muscles), and peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage).
An efficient surgical therapy in CVI leads to reversal of the superficial venous reflux, which will cause decongestion of the profound or truncal
In concordance with our estimation of parasympathetic dominancy, truncal
vagotomy and partial pancreatectomy were planned as a radical therapy for her persistent hypoglycemia.
The mean reductions in truncal
inflammatory lesion count obtained with trifarotene cream were 22% and 26.1%, both significantly better than the 18.8% and 20.3% rates with vehicle.
adipose tissue has significant impact in the development of insulin resistance.
She was unable to sit due to truncal
weakness and required full nursing help to transfer her and even for turning in bed."
ataxia with a broad-based ataxic gait was also noted.
In cicatrised duodenal ulcer 16 of 17 patients (94.1%) underwent truncal
vagotomy with posterior gastrojejunostomy, 1 case underwent truncal
vagotomy with antrectomy.
Dark, cylindrical feces were collected from elevated truncal
forks (approximately 8.2 ft [2.5 m] and 13.1 ft [4 m] in height) and base of the tree at the site where the patient regularly played and was seen ingesting soil and animal feces.
A fourteen-year-old 48.9 kilogram (kg) female with a history of intermittent, infrequent migraines presented to our institution's emergency department with bilateral distal leg pain, severe mechanical allodynia, and truncal
rash which began two weeks previously while in Hawaii after ingestion of uncooked spinach.
At the age of 10 months, she showed frontal bossing, doll face, acromicria, and truncal
obesity (Figure 1(a)).
In this article, we aim to present a case with truncal
EED and elevated cryoglobulin level.