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Torticollis (Wry Neck)

Doctors aren't sure why some babies get torticollis and others don't. It might happen if a fetus is cramped inside the uterus, such as with multiples, or in an unusual position (such as being in the breech position, where the baby's buttocks face the birth canal). The use of forceps or vacuum...

Transverse Myelitis

The word transverse indicates dysfunction at a particular level across the spinal cord but this term may be considered misleading as there is not always complete anatomical damage across the cord. Rather there may be focal inflammation that produces asymmetric spinal cord dysfunction below the level...

Traumatic Stress

Not all children who experience trauma are impacted the same way. Some children develop Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), but trauma exposure is associated with a wide range of different psychiatric problems. Symptom profiles also vary by children’s developmental level. Very young children may...

Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC)

Symptoms of TSC: The symptoms of TSC can range from mild to severe. Individuals with TSC can experience a range of symptoms, depending on where the tumors develop. Heart: Tumors can block blood flow or cause abnormal heartbeat. Brain: Seizures, intellectual disability, headaches and blurred vision...