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163 Possible Causes for Abnormal Gait, Hypesthesia, Toe Pain

  • Peripheral Neuropathy

    Sural nerve biopsy leaves a patch of hypesthesia in the lateral aspect of the foot that is usually well tolerated.[] Peripheral Neuropathy symptoms usually start with numbness, prickling or tingling in the toes or fingers.[] Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is a significant public health concern, resulting in abnormal gait biomechanics, diminished postural stability, and increased risk of falls.[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    […] and then in the fingertips, rarely with lancinating pains.[] Neurologic signs and symptoms: Numbness—tingling Weakness of legs, arms, trunk Impaired vibration—position sense Abnormal reflexes Unsteady or abnormal gait Balance problems[] […] or abnormal gait / falls Ataxia (Neurological disorder affecting balance, coordination and speech) Balance problems Difficulty walking Dizziness Restless legs Visual disturbances[]

  • Multiple Myeloma

    A 71-year-old man comes to our observation because of the onset of persistence of paresthesia and painful acrocyanosis in the fingers and toes.[] Small fractures or even major fractures may occur, causing pain, loss of height, more difficulty breathing, or difficulty walking.[] The most common symptoms are joint pain (arthralgia), pain and numbness in the fingers and toes in response to cold (Raynaud’s phenomenon), weakness, and purpura.[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    But certain signs may be interpreted by your doctor as signs of ALS such as: Babinski's reflex, an unusual flexing of the toes that signals damaged nerve paths Diminished[] He had difficulty walking due to poor movement of his right leg, and was diagnosed as having Parkinson's disease because of akinesia.[] walking or doing your normal daily activities Difficulty holding your head up or keeping good posture Muscle cramps and twitching in your arms, shoulders and tongue Eventually[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    […] tongue changes in skin color changes in color or growth of finger or toe nails Some side effects can be serious.[] abnormalities (e.g. wide-based gait, limb ataxia, slapping foot) joint or muscle contractures neurological examination muscle spasticity increased deep tendon reflexes muscle[] Vertigo, incoordination and other cerebellar problems, depression, emotional lability, abnormalities in gait, dysarthria, fatigue and pain are also commonly seen.[]

  • Spinal Cord Compression

    Symptoms of MSCC include: back or neck pain numbness or pins and needles in your toes, fingers or buttocks feeling unsteady on your feet bladder or bowel problems.[] Cervical myelopathy is a syndrome of difficulty walking, hand clumsiness, arm weakness, and/or numbness/tingling caused by compression of the spinal cord.[] The pain may be worse when you lie down.[]

  • Hereditary ATTR Amyloidosis

    Often diminished feeling sensation, tingling, decreased perception of hot and cold, shooting pain, and loss of muscle strength.[] ., neuropathic pain, alternation sensation [sensitivity to pain and temperature], numbness and tingling, muscle weakness, impaired balance, difficulty walking) Autonomic dysfunction[] For example, they make your brain perceive pain if you burn your hand or stub your toes.[]

  • Polyneuropathy

    The main symptoms were paresthesia (numbness:75.7%; burning: 39.6%; pins and needles sensation 32.4 %) and pain (23.4 %).[] Pure sensory CIDP presents with sensory loss, pain, and poor balance with abnormal gait or walking.[] The lack of muscle, high arch and hammer toes are signs of the genetic disease.” By Benefrost.[]

  • Young Adult-Onset Distal Hereditary Motor Neuropathy

    Hypesthesia and decreased vibratory sense are present in about half of cases.[] Symptoms: Pes Cavus, also known as highly arched feet This can cause foot and ankle instability issues which may result in ankle sprains Very flat feet Curled or hammer toes[] gait.[]

  • Ischemic Peripheral Neuropathy

    Sensory symptoms include tingling or paresthesias, increased sensation in affected areas (hypesthesia), and numbness or reduced sensation.[] Therapy may also include pain relievers, calcium channel blockers, quitting smoking, and avoiding cold temperatures and emotional upset.[] Visual field defects may cause the patient to be unsure in travel, causing one to trip or bump into objects and have difficulty walking down stairs.[]

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