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Dyslexia – disturbed ability to read

SYMPTOMS Difficulty reading due to brain damage. Letters that are similar to each other make the patient sometimes move them when reading (e.g. pot instead of top) or replaces (e.g. letter b for d). CAUSES Dyslexia is sometimes called hyperactivity, but there is a difference because dyslexia a complex syndrome, not a simple disorder. In …

Diarrhea – watery stools

SYMPTOMS Frequent and infrequent, watery stools, often with cramps, abdominal pain, thirst, sudden need to empty the bowels, vomiting and possible fever. CAUSES More severe diarrhea can lead to loss of essential electrolytes, such as potassium, and to cause pallor, lethargy, and black circles under the eyes. Diarrhea in young children is dangerous. Something must …

Diabetes

SYMPTOMS Insipid diabetes: strong thirst and excretion of a huge amount of urine, regardless how much water is drunk. Type I diabetes mellitus (insulin dependent, also known as juvenile diabetes): severe hunger, thirst, urination, depression, weakness, blurred vision, dry mouth and vomiting. Type II diabetes mellitus (diabetes in adults): unusual thirst, frequent urination, general weakness, …