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12 Possible Causes for Amnesia, Dysgeusia, Onset at Age 5-10 Years

  • Epilepsy

    […] of onset of 5–20 years (peak 10–16 years ) characterised by myoclonic seizures that most commonly occur soon after waking a very rare epilepsy syndrome with an age of onset[] […] the second case report a 21-year-old female was referred with a typical history of narcolepsy type 1, but also with atypical episodes of gazing and automatic behavior with amnesia[] ., transient global amnesia All Submit all pertinent medical records, current status report, to include name and dosage of medication(s) and side effects Requires FAA Decision[]

  • Parkinson's Disease

    A fourth participant reported mild IRRs (dysgeusia and pruritus) with the first infusion that spontaneously resolved; the second and third infusions (no premedication) were[] The mean age of onset is around 60 years, although 510% of cases, classified as young onset PD, begin between the ages of 20 and 50.[] All subjects were asked about all types of head injury before their diagnosis of PD, including head injuries that had caused loss of consciousness, subsequent amnesia, or[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Proportion with dysgeusia Comparison 17.[] Female sex, relapsing-remitting subtype, optic neuritis or sensory symptoms at onset, few attacks in the initial years and especially early age at onset, are associated with[] Transient global amnesia (TGA) is characterised by sudden onset of anterograde amnesia with repetitive questioning, lasting less than 24 hours.[]

  • Postictal State

    Simple movements (eg, limb twitching, jacksonian march) Contralateral frontal lobe Head and eye deviation with posturing Supplementary motor cortex Abnormal taste sensation (dysgeusia[] While there is a variation in the age of onset of epilepsy, there is a trend toward later onset epilepsy and a duration of 5 to 10 years between the onset of chronic epilepsy[] We suggest that "epileptic" transient global amnesia is postictal in nature.[]

  • Occipital Lobe Tumor

    ., touch) that would not be expected to cause pain dysgeusia distorted taste perception dysgraphia a writing disability that results in incorrectly spelled or written words[] Prevalence is 3–5/10 000, with onset most commonly between 10–30 years of age. The sex ratio is equal; 1–2% of first degree relatives are affected.[] People with amnesia may be unable to recall events from the past, form new memories, or both.[]

  • Spondylitic Aortitis

    Withdrawal Syndrome, Drug Withdrawal Syndrome Neonatal, Dry Eye, Dry Mouth, Dry Skin, Dry Throat, Dupuytren's Contracture, Dural Tear, Dysaesthesia, Dysarthria, Dyscalculia, Dysgeusia[] Age of onset - 30-50 years  1-3% of the population has psoriasis  510 % of people with psoriasis get psoriatic arthritis  Family studies suggest a 50-fold increase[] Alpha 1 Foetoprotein Increased, Alpha 1 Globulin Increased, Alpha 2 Globulin Increased, Alpha Haemolytic Streptococcal Infection, Amblyopia, Amenorrhoea, Ammonia Increased, Amnesia[]

  • Familial Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

    Dupuytren's Contracture Dwarfism Dwarfism, Pituitary Dysarthria Dysautonomia, Familial Dysentery Dysentery, Amebic Dysentery, Bacillary Dysgammaglobulinemia Dysgerminoma Dysgeusia[] Perthes disease Clinical Features: Mainly affects boys aged 5-10 years of age Insidious onset, typically with a limp or hip/knee pain Often mistaken for transient synovitis[] Amnesia, Anterograde Amnesia, Retrograde Amnesia, Transient Global Amniotic Band Syndrome Amphetamine-Related Disorders Amputation, Traumatic Amyloid Neuropathies Amyloid[]

  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    […] osteophyte, ruptured intervertebral disc, thoracic aneurysm Neck, brachial plexus, lung trauma or surgery Carotid artery dissection (ipsilateral head pain, amaurosis fugax, dysgeusia[] See the list below: Clinical features Cerebellar ataxia, facial myokymia, impaired vibration sense, and very slow progression Age of onset variable, with a mean age of 37[] -Of patients surviving Wernicke encephalopathy, many have Korsakoff psychosis: retrograde amnesia (inability to recall information), anterograde amnesia (inability to assimilate[]

  • Knobloch Syndrome Type 1

    Other oral complaints are xerostomia, stomatodynia, candidiasis, periodontal disease and dysgeusia. 82 83.  This disease is considered to be a consequence of disturbances[] Onset of symptoms is usually between 5 and 10 years of age, when parents or physicians may notice a child has begun to develop vision problems or seizures. … Peroxisome Biogenesis[] Their particular form of amnesia meant that they were unable to form new episodic memories.[]

  • Dermatomyositis

    The peak age of onset in adults is approximately 50 years; the peak age of onset in children is approximately 5-10 years.[] The causes of amnesia are organic or functional.[] Two peak ages of onset exist: in adults, the peak age of onset is approximately 50 years, whereas in children, the peak age is approximately 5-10 years.[]

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