The Child’s Chest Is Sunken Inside And Often Spasms When He Is A Baby?
my son’s chest is sunken into the same from the baby often spasm x tens of spasms. Can it be cured
Thank you for the question.
The chest of a child who is sunken inside does not always refer to an abnormality. Could be, this chest shape is still a reasonable anatomic variation of the chest and does not need special handling. You need to be aware that this condition occurs in connection with an illness if it causes your child to have difficulty breathing, stunted growth, appears preceded by injury, or appears with other more severe complaints. In cases like this, the chest shape may be curved, indicating that he has pneumonia, bronchitis, scoliosis, bronchhiolitis, malnutrition, heart problems, chest injuries, musculoskeletal disorders, or many other possible diseases.
Seizures in children are most often caused by high fever. It could also be a seizure due to epilepsy, bleeding of blood vessels in the head, metabolic disorders, impaired electrolyte balance, infection of the brain or wrapping membrane, head injury, hydrocephalus, and so on. These seizures are mild in nature, but some are dangerous and require further treatment from a doctor.
Making a diagnosis of the cause of the child's complaints can only be done by checking the child directly to the doctor or pediatrician. Through physical examination, x-rays, CT scans, blood tests, or other supporting tests, often the diagnosis can be established properly and given the right treatment. How big is the potential for recovery of this condition, and what kind of treatment will be given later, of course, can vary depending on the type of underlying disease.
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