*  Tourettism
Chorea (disease) Myoclonus Dystonia Torsion dystonia Idiopathic dystonia Chromosomal abnormalities Citrullinemia Down syndrome ...
*  Pelvic pain
Müllerian abnormalities Pelvic inflammatory disease-pain caused by damage from infections Ovarian cysts-the ovary produces a ... large, painful cyst, which may rupture Ovarian torsion-the ovary is twisted in a way that interferes with its blood supply ...
*  Ovarian cancer
These abnormal cancer cells have many genetic abnormalities that cause them to grow excessively. When an ovary releases an egg ... Common signs and symptoms include ovarian torsion, hemorrhage from or rupture of the tumor, an abdominal mass, and hormonal ... These tumors cause abnormalities in menstruation (excessive bleeding, infrequent menstruation, or no menstruation) or ... Unlike mature teratomas, immature teratomas form many adhesions, making them less likely to cause ovarian torsion. There is no ...
*  Thomas Szasz
In branches of medicine other than psychiatry, morphological abnormality per se is not considered sufficient cause to make a ... torsion dystonia and most (so-called) mental disorders. The more objective definitions of disease - specified as (a) through (g ... Regardless of whether the actual morphological abnormality can be identified, if a condition has a hereditary component then it ... Szasz's ostensibly exclusive criterion of disease as morphological abnormality - i.e., a lesion made evident "by post-mortem ...
*  MYL2
Loss of cardiac MLCK in mice results in loss of cardiac MLC-2v phosphorylation and cardiac abnormalities. Mutations in MYL2 ... In support of this, recent studies have shown that MLC-2v phosphorylation is critical in regulating left ventricular torsion. ... These studies also suggest that torsion defects might be an early manifestation of dilated cardiomyopathy consequent to loss of ... Recent studies have highlighted a critical role for MLC2v phosphorylation in cardiac torsion, function and disease. In cardiac ...
*  Cryptorchidism
Testicular torsion is also more likely in retained testicles. Surgical correction is by palpation of the retained testicle and ... In most full-term infant boys with cryptorchidism but no other genital abnormalities, a cause cannot be found, making this a ... ISBN 0-7216-6795-3. Meyers-Wallen, V.N. "Inherited Abnormalities of Sexual Development in Dogs and Cats". Recent Advances in ... Testicular tumors and testicular torsion are rare in cryptorchid cats, but castration is usually performed due to unwanted ...
*  Gait (human)
Astasia abasia Contrapposto Gait abnormality Gait Abnormality Rating Scale Gait analysis Human positions Marche a petit pas ... occurs in tibial torsion. · Circumduction gait: occurs in hemiplegia · Waddling gait: occurs in bilateral congenital hip ... Regulation of gait by the cerebellum is referred to as "error/correction," because the cerebellum responds to abnormalities in ... They have decreased muscle coordination, thus resulting in abnormalities in gait. Some of this is associated with decreased ...
*  Male infertility
Such abnormalities are associated with abnormalities in sperm parameters, as are abnormalities in the texture of the epididymis ... The history should include prior testicular or penile insults (torsion, cryptorchidism, trauma), infections (mumps orchitis, ... The past medical or surgical history may reveal thyroid or liver disease (abnormalities of spermatogenesis), diabetic ... A decreased testicular vascularization is characteristic of testicular torsion, whereas hyperemia is often observed in ...
*  Hydrocele
It is also seen with torsion of the testis and with some testicular tumors. A secondary hydrocele is usually lax and of ... However Ultrasound imaging is necessary to visualize the testis if the hydrocele sac is dense to reveal the primary abnormality ... Acute/chronic epididymo-orchitis Torsion of testis Testicular tumor Hematocele Filarial hydrocele Post herniorrhaphy Hydrocele ...
*  Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
Injury to the ligaments that hold the sacroiliac joints in proper support is thought to be caused by a torsion or high impact ... Diagnostic testing, such as X-ray, CT scan, or MRI, do not usually reveal abnormalities; therefore, they cannot reliably be ... Sacral Torsion in Dalton E. Dynamic Body. Oklahoma City, OK: Freedom From Pain. pp. 206-7. ISBN 978-0-615-27939-8. Borowsky CD ... detect motion abnormalities. Given the inherent technical limitations of the visible and palpable signs from these sacroiliac ...
*  Hypergonadotropic hypogonadism
Congenital causes include the following: Chromosomal abnormalities (resulting in gonadal dysgenesis) - Turner's syndrome, ... include ovarian torsion, vanishing/anorchia, orchitis, premature ovarian failure, ovarian resistance syndrome, trauma, surgery ...
*  Vaginal process
Failure of closure of the vaginal process leads to the propensity to develop a number of abnormalities. Peritoneal fluid can ... Congenital malformation of the vaginal process is also the leading cause of testicular torsion, since lack of attachment to the ...
*  Allais effect
Erwin Saxl and Mildred Allen reported strong anomalous changes in the period of a torsion pendulum during the solar eclipse of ... Allais, M. (September 1959). "Should the Laws of Gravitation Be reconsidered? Part I - Abnormalities in the Motion of a ... During the solar eclipse of July 22, 1990, no anomalous period increase of a torsion pendulum during the eclipse have been ... Kuusela, T. (15 March 1991). "Effect of the solar eclipse on the period of a torsion pendulum". Physical Review D. 43 (6): 2041 ...
*  Ureterocele
A ureterocele is a congenital abnormality found in the ureter. In this condition the distal ureter balloons at its opening into ... hydrosalpinx with sepsis or torsion. T.O. mass.[citation needed] Many other complications arise from ureteroceles. Redundant ...
*  Ectopic pregnancy
Also, it may lead to the inadvertent termination of an undetected intrauterine pregnancy, or severe abnormality in any ... Other causes of similar symptoms include: miscarriage, ovarian torsion, and acute appendicitis. Prevention is by decreasing ... Other conditions that cause similar symptoms include: miscarriage, ovarian torsion, and acute appendicitis, ruptured ovarian ... ovarian torsion or urinary tract infection. Clinical presentation of ectopic pregnancy occurs at a mean of 7.2 weeks after the ...
*  First aid
Gender-specific conditions, such as dysmenorrhea and testicular torsion. Heart attack, or inadequate blood flow to the blood ... which usually features convulsions as well as temporary respiratory abnormalities, change in skin complexion, etc.) and petit ... or fidgeting as well as altered consciousness and temporary respiratory abnormalities). Muscle strains and Sprains, a temporary ...
*  Dilophosaurus
On the right side it had torsion of its humeral shaft, three bony tumors on its radius, a truncated articular surface of its ... may sometimes be omitted because descriptions of species are concerned with their characteristics rather than abnormalities, or ... thereby developing torsion. Though the number of traumatic events that lead to these features is not certain, it is possible ...
*  Horse colic
The primary pathophysiological abnormality caused by this obstruction is related to the trapping of fluid within the intestine ... A volvulus is a twist along the axis of the mesentery, a torsion is a twist along the longitudinal axis of the intestine. ... Gas colics usually self-correct, but there is the risk of subsequent torsion (volvulus) or displacement of the bowel due to gas ... Displacements, torsions, strangulations, and impactions may be identified on rectal examination. Other non-specific findings, ...
*  Harlequin syndrome
No abnormalities were noted and the patient did not receive any treatments. The patient was diagnosed with idiopathic Harlequin ... It is also believed that torsion (twisting) of the thoracic spine can cause blockage of the anterior radicular artery leading ...
*  List of diseases (T)
Droste syndrome Toriello syndrome Toriello-Higgins-Miller syndrome Torres-Ayber syndrome Torsades de pointes Torsion dystonia 7 ... hereditary hemorrhagic Telangiectasia Telecanthus hypertelorism pes cavus Telecanthus with associated abnormalities ...
*  Medical ultrasound
In neonatology, transcranial Doppler can be used for basic assessment of intracerebral structural abnormalities, bleeds, ... for example to distinguish epididymitis from testicular torsion). In young males, it is used to distinguish more benign ... fetal abnormality and placenta praevia. Diagnostic ultrasound has since been imported into practically every other area of ... Check for major physical abnormalities. Assess fetal growth (for evidence of intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR)) Check for ...
*  Dermoid cyst
Spinal abnormalities, e.g. intramedullary dermoid cysts may arise more frequently in the lumbosacral region (quite often at the ... Complications exist, such as torsion (twisting), rupture, and infection, although their incidence is rare. Dermoid ovarian ...
*  ICD-10 Chapter XIV: Diseases of the genitourinary system
Prefixes: .0 Minor glomerular abnormality Minimal change lesion .1 Focal and segmental glomerular lesions .2 Diffuse membranous ... Torsion of ovary, ovarian pedicle and fallopian tube (N83.6) Haematosalpinx (N83.7) Haematoma of broad ligament (N83.8) Other ... Torsion of testis (N45) Orchitis and epididymitis (N46) Male infertility Azoospermia NOS Oligospermia NOS (N47) Redundant ... deformations and chromosomal abnormalities (Q00-Q99) Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases (E00-E88) Injury, poisoning ...
*  Esophagus
Because of torsion, which is the rotation of the main body of the animal during larval development, the esophagus usually ... Half of these cases may be part of a syndrome where other abnormalities are also present, particularly of the heart or limbs. ... In species that have undergone de-torsion, however, the esophagus may open into the anterior of the stomach, which is the ...
*  Dysmenorrhea
Other skeletal abnormalities, such as scoliosis (sometimes caused by spina bifida) might be possible contributors as well. ... ISBN 0-7216-0179-0[page needed] Cooperstein R, Lew M (2009). "The relationship between pelvic torsion and anatomical leg length ...
*  Appendicitis
In some cases (approximately 5%), ultrasonography of the iliac fossa does not reveal any abnormalities despite the presence of ... ovarian torsion, menarche, dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, and Mittelschmerz (the passing of an egg in the ovaries approximately ... two weeks before menstruation). Men: testicular torsion Adults: new-onset Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, regional ...