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65 Possible Causes for Absent Knee Reflex, Difficulty Climbing Stairs, Paresthesia

  • Spinal Stenosis

    Paresthesia (or paraesthesia ) is an abnormal dermal sensation (e.g., a tingling, pricking, chilling, burning, or numb sensation on the skin) with no apparent physical cause[] A 70-year-old special education teacher had neck pain, headaches, and burning paresthesia on the entire left side of her body.[] Symptoms: Leg (neurogenic Intermittent Claudication) Characteristics Leg Fatigue (dullness) or Leg Weakness Leg numbness or Paresthesia s (tingling sensation) Bilateral Leg[]

  • Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy

    Knee and ankle jerk reflexes were absent. No abnormalities involving the cranial nerves were found.[] The patient presents with complaints like difficulty in getting up, climbing stairs or buttoning a shirt.[] The authors present the case of a 65-year-old woman who was admitted for paraparesis and paresthesias in the inferior limbs.[]

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    In GBS, deep tendon reflexes in the legs, such as knee jerks, are usually lost. Reflexes may also be absent in the arms.[] CONCLUSIONS A case of a rare variant of GBS is presented with facial diplegia and paresthesia and with unilateral facial palsy.[] Lower extremity weakness with upper and lower extremity paresthesias developed progressively 11 months post transplantation, coinciding with immune control of CMV.[]

  • Diabetic Polyneuropathy

    Ankle reflexes are usually reduced or absent, and knee reflexes may also be reduced in some cases.[] Symptoms of proximal limb weakness include difficulty climbing up and down stairs, difficulty getting up from a seated or supine position, falls due to the knees giving way[] Its symptoms are paresthesia, dysesthesia and pain.[]

  • Alcoholic Neuropathy

    At this point, his neuropathy had progressed to the point where he could not rise from a chair without using his arms and had considerable difficulty climbing stairs.[] Depending on the level of nerve damage in diabetic and alcoholic neuropathy (polyneuropathy) damage sensitivity (numbness, tingling, burning, and "goose"), pain and muscle[] Clinical manifestations include variable degrees of weakness; atrophy; paresthesias; pain; loss of reflexes; sensory loss; diaphoresis; and postural hypotension.[]

  • Poliomyelitis

    On admission, the abdominal skin reflexes, knee jerks, cremaster and anal reflexes were absent and power in the lower extremities was reduced.[] […] walking 25%[ a ] 63%[ a ] N/A 85%[ a ] Difficulty climbing Stairs N/A 61% 67%[ a ] 82% Difficulty with ADLS 14% 17% 16% 62% a Most common new problem.[] Symptoms are fever, severe headache, stiff neck and back, deep muscle pain, and sometimes areas of hyperesthesia (increased sensation) and paresthesia (altered sensation).[]

  • Arsenic-Induced Polyneuropathy

    Deep tendon reflexes are reduced or absent.[] Loss of function “- symptoms” Disordered function “ symptoms” Sensory “Large Fiber” Vibration Proprioception Hyporeflexia Sensory ataxia Paresthesias Sensory “Small Fiber”[] Patients with DIN usually suffer from pain and paresthesia.[]

  • Diabetic Amyotrophy

    The weakness was associated with reduced or absent lower extremity reflexes, with knee jerks absent bilaterally in 32 patients, for example, and reduced in seven. Dr.[] A steady decline led to mobilisation with a Zimmer frame and great difficulty climbing stairs.[] […] case of 71-year-old male who was once diagnosed as having diabetic amyotrophy, because of pronounced wasting in proximal muscles, massive weight loss, and development of paresthesia[]

  • Acute Pandysautonomia

    Deep tendon reflexes are reduced or absent.[] .  Proximal involvement may result in difficulty climbing stairs, getting out of a chair, lifting and bulbar involvement can also be seen 40.  The clinical assessment should[] […] syndrome (GBS) is a type of acute inflammatory neuropathy. [1] [2] It is a clinically defined syndrome characterized by motor difficulty, absence of deep tendon reflexes, paresthesias[]

  • Hereditary Areflexic Dystasia

    climbing stairs Abetalipoproteinemia Polyneuropathy Hypertrophic nerve changes Seizures Global developmental delay Generalized hypotonia Muscular hypotonia Developmental[] Typically, no neuropathic pain is present, but tingling is a frequent symptom.[] It begins with paresthesias in the toes and fingertips, followed by rapidly advancing weakness and areflexia.[]

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