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93 Possible Causes for Atrophy of Hand Muscle, Horner's Syndrome

  • Bronchial Adenocarcinoma

    Horner’s syndrome• Enophthalmos• Ptosis• Miosis• Anhidrosison the same side of the lesion 37. Horner’s syndrome 38.[] Symptoms of Pancoast syndrome Severe, localized pain in the axilla and shoulder Horner syndrome Atrophy of arm and hand muscles Edema of the arm, facial swelling, morning[] syndrome § Pancoast tumor o Elevated hemidiaphragm § Phrenic nerve paralysis o Hoarseness § Recurrent laryngeal nerve (left right) o SVC obstruction § Small cell ca o Pleural[]

  • Syringomyelia

    Autonomic disturbances: Horner syndrome , anhidrosis , disturbances in bladder and colon function, erectile dysfunction Respiratory insufficiency Other: painless ulcers of[] He had marked atrophy of the right deltoid, biceps, and upper trapezius muscles and of the hypothenar eminence and dorsal interosseous muscles of the right hand.[] , including sensations of pain muscle atrophy (wasting), usually beginning in the hands and spreading to include the arms and shoulders severe pain in the shoulders and neck[]

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    Perioperative complications included 1 occurrence of postoperative transfusion for bleeding following axillary drain discontinuation and 2 Horner's syndromes.[] The one exception is that people who have an extra rib (cervical rib) plus arm weakness and atrophy of hand muscles usually have abnormal nerve tests indicating ulnar nerve[] Symptoms related to neurogenic TOS include intrinsic hand muscle and thenar region atrophy and weakness, as well as medial hand and forearm numbness, which are all suggestive[]

  • Horner's Syndrome

    Horner's syndrome (Bernard-Horner syndrome, Claude Bernard-Horner syndrome) is caused by a lesion in the sympathetic nervous system and characterized by the classic triad[] For example a Pancoast tumour may cause atrophy of the intrinsic muscles of the hand. Note the partial ptosis and miosis of the left eye.[] There is also atrophy of the hand and arm with resultant muscle weakness.[]

  • Brachial Plexus Neuritis

    . • If caused by a lung cancer, Horner's syndrome (eye drooping and decreased sweating in the face and small pupil)can be seen on physical exam.[] muscles of the affected shoulder and, in rare cases, muscles of the hand and fingers.[] Horner’s syndrome may be present if the lower trunk is involved.[]

  • Hematomyelia

    It may also meet, and a Horner syndrome, which is manifested by miosis, ptosis sudoratiei decrease in the affected eye hemifaciesului.[] Spine magnetic resonance imaging was taken because of prominent right hand muscle atrophy on the 14th hospital day, which showed subacute stage of hematomyelia in the cervical[] Hemisection of the cord Ipsilateral paralysis, loss of proprioception and light touch Contralateral loss of pain and temperature Horner’s Syndrome Injury to cervical paravertebral[]

  • Myelopathy

    Atrophy of hand intrinsic muscles Hyperreflexia Positive Hoffman sign Upgoing plantar responses Lower limb spasticity Broad based, unstable gait And, MRI evidence of cervical[] Your doctor will also check for muscle weakness particularly in your arms, numbness in your arms and hands, and atrophy, which is a condition in which your muscles deteriorate[] Cord compression commonly causes gradual spastic paresis and/or paresthesias in the hands and feet and may cause hyperreflexia, eventually resulting in muscle atrophy, flaccid[]

  • Pancoast Syndrome

    ’s syndrome in up to 50% due to invasion of the superior cervical sympathetic chain and stellate ganglion Ptosis Miosis Anhidrosis Superior vena caval obstruction Phrenic[] Right ulnar nerve palsy with atrophy of hand muscles was seen.[] Pancoast syndrome is a term used to describe unilateral shoulder and arm pain, weakness, and atrophy of hand muscles and Horner's syndrome as a result of a mass in the lung[]

  • Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

    , and fingers Trouble walking, loss of balance, or weakness in the legs Atrophy—a condition in which muscles deteriorate and shrink in size Tests X-rays.[] […] looking for: Changes in reflexes—including the presence of hyper-reflexia, a condition in which reflexes are exaggerated or overactive Numbness and weakness in the arms, hands[]

  • Abducens Nerve Palsy

    Horner's syndrome and diplopia resolved after six months.[] […] dysaesthesia with hand muscle atrophy preceded limb spasticity or gait disturbance have also been reported. 27 There is currently no compelling pathophysiological explanation[] The authors present a case with right abducens nerve palsy with ipsilateral Horner syndrome in a patient with carotid-cavernous fistula because of head trauma.[]

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