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659 Possible Causes for Abnormal Gait, Visual Acuity Decreased

  • Stroke

    Asymmetric step length is a common abnormal gait pattern in hemiplegic stroke patients.[] ., face drooping, hemiparesis/hemiplegia, inability to lift ipsilateral arm or abnormal gait Contralateral sensory loss Contralateral homonymous hemianopia Dysphasia Dysphagia[] Other symptoms include: confusion, difficulty speaking or understanding speech; difficulty seeing with one or both eyes; difficulty walking, dizziness, loss of balance or[]

  • Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

    A key symptom associated with PPMS is difficulty walking. This may result from the damage to the spinal cord that occurs with PPMS.[] MV and GCIPL thickness were significantly correlated with visual acuity.[] People with PPMS may have trouble with balance and coordination or have difficulty walking.[]

  • Conversion Disorder

    The modified gait abnormality rating scale (GARS-M) may be useful for quantifying gait abnormalities in these individuals.[] […] to epilepsy Sensory defects including numbness and anesthesia Amnesia Dementia Swallowing difficulties Motor tics Hallucinations Difficulty walking Speech abnormalities and[] gait or limb posturing tremor or abnormal movements Speech changes reduced speech volume inability to speak (aphonia) altered articulation (dysarthia) Neuroimaging of Conversion[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    abnormalities (e.g. wide-based gait, limb ataxia, slapping foot) joint or muscle contractures neurological examination muscle spasticity increased deep tendon reflexes muscle[] The patient presented with progressive decrease of visual acuity, intermittent diplopia, paresthesia of the left arm and equilibrium disturbances.[] Abstract A 33-year-old man with gait instability, weakness of the left lower extremity, decreased visual acuity in the left eye, and urgency and urine incontinence was diagnosed[]

  • Brain Neoplasm

    Also, if tumors develop near parts of the brain that control vital functions, they may cause problems, such as weakness, difficulty walking, loss of balance, partial or complete[] walking.[] ., headache, altered mental status, nausea, and/or vomiting) and gait abnormality. Primary tumour of the cranial and spinal compartments.[]

  • Schwartz-Jampel Syndrome

    […] disturbance Abnormal gait Abnormal walk Impaired gait [ more ] 0001288 Genu valgum Knock knees 0002857 Hip dysplasia 0001385 Hypertonia 0001276 Intellectual disability Mental[] Symptoms of retinal detachment: visual field loss, photopsia, floaters, decreased vistual acuity.[] During childhood he kept an abnormal gait with hyperextended knees and bowed legs. He was first examined at our institution at age 13 years.[]

  • Cerebral Toxoplasmosis

    The patient presented with right facial droop, slurred speech and difficulty walking.[] After 1 wk of therapy, patient presented with HA, vomiting and decreased right eye visual acuity. CT, MRI, and LP did not reveal evidence of cerebral toxoplasmosis.[] walking, difficulty speaking and partial loss of vision Also, if toxoplasmosis affects the eyes of a person with a weakened immune system, there may be blurred vision, "spots[]

  • Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

    HSP is a heterogeneous group of neurodegenerative disorders with progressive lower limb spasticity and weakness leading to abnormal gait as the principal clinical feature.[] Abnormal Gait- The disease is associated with an abnormal gait pattern, which progressively gets worse as the disease advances but total loss of ability to walk is an extremely[] abnormalities.[]

  • Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis

    Soon after, she developed difficulty walking and often talked to a “friend” who was not present.[] Three patients each had cortical blindness, macular degeneration, decreased visual acuity, and optic atrophy.[] The symptoms of SSPE can include the following: Coma Death Seizures Irritability Dementia Blindness Spasticity Memory loss Optic atrophy Hyperthermia Unsteady gait Abnormal[]

  • Chediak Higashi Syndrome

    A neurologic manifestation in this syndrome includes abnormal gait, seizures, parasthesia, clumsiness, mental retardation and peripheral neuropathy [ 1 ].[] Hermansky-Pudlak syndrome, type 2, displays cutaneous albinism, decreased visual acuity, prolonged bleeding, neutropenia and recurrent infections.[] At the age of 22 to 24 years, these 3 patients developed a neurologic deficit combining difficulty walking, loss of balance, and tremor.[]

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