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2,264 Possible Causes for Abnormal Reflex, Progressive Disease

  • Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

    The majority of patients starts with relapsing remitting (RR) disease; approximately 50-60% of these patients progress to secondary progressive (SP) disease.[] Later in the course of the disease there may be extreme emotional lability, ataxia, abnormal reflexes, and difficulty in urinating.[] METHODS: A systematic literature research was performed to identify predictors for disease progression in PPMS.[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    This review examined current research related to moderate exercise for maintaining independence without accelerating disease progression in persons with ALS.[] Typical Presentation: Gradual onset, progressive muscle failure weakness, fatigue, problems with swallowing, abnormal reflexes, cramping, fasciculations[] The physical exam may show: Weakness, often beginning in one area Muscle tremors, spasms, twitching, or loss of muscle tissue Twitching of the tongue (common) Abnormal reflexes[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    The disease course of progressive MS is characterised by the build-up of neurologic disability (the loss of some bodily or mental functions) with or without relapses.[] This may include: Abnormal nerve reflexes Decreased ability to move a part of the body Decreased or abnormal sensation Other loss of nervous system functions, such as vision[] […] may occur in the absence of inflammation, particularly in patients with progressive disease.[]

  • Friedreich Ataxia

    We report two patients with delayed-onset, hyperreflexia and gradually progressive disease.[] Friedreich Ataxia (FRDA) is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by gait and balance abnormalities, sensory loss, weakness, loss of reflexes, and ataxia.[] FA is a progressive disease so walking will become more labored over time with many requiring walking aids or a wheelchair by early adulthood.[]

  • Degenerative Disorder

    Huntington’s Disease Huntington’s disease is a rare progressive genetic disorder.[] reflexes.[] Signs and symptoms include difficulty walking, sensory disturbances, lack of motor coordination and abnormal reflexes in the limbs.[]

  • Fracture

    Kummell's Disease has insidious progression.[] This allows the doctor to test your neurological responses, such as your reflexes, muscles, and sensory perception.[] An 81-year-old man was treated for a 25-year history of progressively disabling Dupuytren's disease of his left middle and ring fingers.[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    The long-term and detailed clinical progression of the disease is largely unknown with almost 40 patients reported and only a few patients described clinically.[] Overview of 6 years' therapy of type II diabetes: a progressive disease. Diabetes 44: 1249–1258 PubMed Google Scholar 9.[]

  • Syringomyelia

    […] sy·rin·go·my·e·lia \ sə-ˌriŋ-gō-mī-ˈē-lē-ə \ Definition of syringomyelia : a chronic progressive disease of the spinal cord associated with sensory disturbances, muscle atrophy[] Symptoms of Syringomyelia Common symptoms of syringomyelia include: Weakness Pain Numbness (decreased feeling) Tingling, especially in the arms and hands Abnormal reflexes[] […] pain & temperature sensibility, Asymmetric abdominal reflexes Radiographic Signs: Rapidly progressive scoliosis, Upper thoracic curve, Left thoracic curve, High double thoracic[]

  • Cerebral Thrombosis

    Early cerebritis, which was elegantly demonstrated on histopathology in this case, is an uncommon diagnosis as patients typically present later with progressive disease and[] reflexes, abnormal eye movements, muscle weakness, decreased sensation, and other changes.[] In newborns, symptoms resemble those of many other acute neonatal encephalopathies: Seizures Depressed mental status Poor feeding Abnormal tone and reflexes Among nonneonates[]

  • Transient Ischemic Attack

    Decreased cerebral blood flow had no influence on disease progression in patients in both groups.[] […] speech, level of alertness Cardiovascular: heart rate and RHYTHM (eg, a.fib), blood pressure and neck bruits Motor exam (and reflexes, Babinski): Grip strength and big motor[] Specific atherosclerotic disease therapies are designed to reduce the risk of thrombosis, and the disease progression in order to reduce the risk of future cardiovascular[]

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