Rupture involving the splenic vein, the gastrointestinal tract, or the pancreatic ducts. Part 2: Causes and Risk Factors What causes splenic artery aneurysm? Possible causes include atherosclerosis, portal hypertension due to liver cirrhosis, and pregnancy. Multiparity and pregnancy-associated hormonal effects as well as portal hypertension are believed to cause dilatation of the weak walls of the splenic artery. Other possible causes include congenital defects such as berry aneurysms and arterio-venous malformations.
For some, Edwards syndrome is only detected after the infant is born. Infants born with Edwards syndrome show immediate signs of a disorder at birth with physical abnormalities. For example, infants born with Edwards syndrome have curved finger print patterns and a short breast bone that is visibly on x rays. The best way for doctors to confirm a case of Edwards syndrome is by karyotyping. This requires the baby’s blood to be drawn and have the chromosomes examined under a microscope.
Pelvic organ prolapse is a common female disorder in which the pelvic organs slip downward from their original position in the abdomen and push onto the walls of the vagina. Pelvic organ prolapse is more ordinarily found in women with multiple vaginal deliveries, prolonged or traumatic deliveries, or in postmenopausal women. Risk factors include advancing age, parity, and obesity (Machin & Mukhopadhyay, 2011). The most commonly reported symptoms are a feeling of fullness or pressure in the lower abdomen that descends into the vagina, as well as pain, urinary incontinence, and sexual discomfort (UT Southwestern Medical Center, 2016). The pressure from the organs shifting downwards can cause a change in the normal urinary pattern, leading to urinary incontinence and
People who have Graves' disease can end up suffering from pregnancy issues, heart disorders, and brittle bones. According to the Mayo Clinic, some pregnancy issues that people with Graves' disease can suffer from are miscarriage, preterm birth, fetal thyroid dysfunction, poor fetal growth, maternal heart failure, and preeclampsia. When you have hyperthyroidism but you want a child you have to put all of these factors in to place. Thinking of all the disorders your baby could possibly have because of your disease is terrifying. The heart disorders people can suffer from are heart rhythm disorders, changes in the structure and function of the heart muscles, and congestive heart failure, which is the inability of the heart to pump enough blood to the body.
By knowing all the information to answer my question and about my topic. I then started to do a mindmap and I jotted down the important information I found. Eventually I linked them all up and I realised I needed proof. I then started to gather proof from Google on studies of some of the information I gathered. I found studies from the Human Fertilisation Embryology Authority (HFEA) website, a table that showed that IVF increases chances of multiple pregnancies and a graph that showed proof of more embryos being injected into
Postpartum depression has many causes; these are resultant from physical, emotional or both changes. After childbirth, the body changes very quickly. The hormonal levels go down; the milk rises, and the breasts may become swollen, making you feel exhausted. These physical realities can trigger feelings of discouragement and melancholy. Emotionally, you may feel nervous or anxious about the baby's well-being and the transition to motherhood, or it may be hard to adjust to the new routine.
Therefore it is evident that infertility due to age is caused solely due to the decreasing amount of ova in the ovaries, which in turn decreases the probability of fertilization. On the other hand, infertility due to anomalies in the body can be caused by a variety of medical conditions, such as obstructed oviducts, the growth of tissue outside of the uterus or, more importantly, issues with the cervical mucus. To be perfectly candid, most genital anomalies associated with female
This is a rare disorder that is typically seen in adults only (age range of 20-50). Sara’s case is even rarer as her disease developed from a tumor on the pituitary gland. Sara’s inability to shed weight as she entered into adulthood could very well have stemmed from her disease as this is one of the symptoms. As stated typical onset has the designated age range, however depending on how long she had the tumor the excessive amounts of cortisol that were being released not only triggered her disease but created added stress on her physically as well as emotionally. Additional symptoms that we see in Sara’s case are the increased anxiety and depression.
If treatment for ECC is delayed, the difficulty in treatment and the cost effectiveness increases. The most common immediate consequence of untreated dental caries is dental pain affecting their eating, talking, playing and sleeping. Children having ECC are at greater risk of developing more caries in their primary and permanent dentition. Severe ECC can deteriorate the child’s anterior esthetics at an early age. Subsequently, the child may suffer from difficulties involving speech articulation as these initial years are critical for speech development.
The second type is Transvaginal ultrasound. This ultrasound is used for diagnosis on the pelvic organs by inserting a tiny transmitter into the person's vagina. This ultrasound can also be used for early pregnancy. Pregnancy ultrasound is another type of ultrasound where it is used to measure the growth and development of a fetus. It is also used to know the age of the fetus, the gender, the position of the fetus, to check for problems regarding the baby, and to know the cause of vaginal bleeding.
Also, you can get a Chest X- Ray, Electrocardiogram, Stress Test, and Coronary Angiogram and Cardiac Catheterization. Following diagnosis, if the condition is severe enough, they can perform surgery. The most common types are Valve Repair or Valve Replacement. Outside factors that contribute to the disorder is Endocarditic. This is an infection of the heart that can cause Mitral Valve Prolapse.