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6,858 Possible Causes for Atrophy of the Thigh Muscles, No Muscle Weakness, PaO2 Decreased

  • Graves Disease

    On neurological examination the patient was presented with muscle weakness, muscle atrophy (in face and sternocleidomastoid muscles), features of myotonia and apocamnosis[] This case emphasises the importance of considering TPP in patients with acute muscle weakness and the importance of promptly initiating treatment and preventing relapse of[] weakness and myopathy • Increased DTR • Increased motor activity • Fatigue Cardiovascular • Tachycardia • Palpitations • Repiratory muscle weakness • Increased RR and HR[]

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    But weakness that increases over several days is also common. Muscle weakness or loss of muscle function (paralysis) affects both sides of the body.[] A medical exam may show muscle weakness. There may also be problems with blood pressure and heart rate.[] If the inflammation affects the nerves of the chest and diaphragm (the large muscle under your lungs that helps you breathe) and those muscles are weak, you may need breathing[]

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  • Myasthenia Gravis

    Proximal muscle weakness is more often seen than distal muscle weakness.[] Muscle weakness can involve any voluntary muscle.[] Patients with Myasthenia gravis (MG) are characterized by muscle weakness that may cause obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).[]

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  • Myotonia Congenita

    A 56-year-old woman was referred to a neurogenetic clinic with a history of stiffness and transient weakness.[] Deymeer F et al . (1998) Transient weakness and compound muscle action potential decrement in myotonia congenita . Muscle Nerve 21 : 1334–1337 7.[] A previous needle electromyogram had confirmed the presence of myotonia, but a muscle biopsy had revealed no evidence of dystrophy.[]

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  • Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

    PaO2/FiO2 ratio (a decreased PaO2/FiO2 ratio indicates reduced arterial oxygenation from the available inhaled gas): mild ARDS: 201 – 300 mmHg ( 39.9 kPa) moderate ARDS:[] That f/V T had a strong, inverse relationship to peak negative esophageal pressure also may reflect the influence of muscle weakness. acute lung injury acute respiratory distress[] Muscle weakness Muscle weakness affects most people recovering from an episode of ARDS.[]

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  • Poliomyelitis

    Muscle weakness may be responsible for postoperative instability, and careful selection of the patient with good upper extremity muscles must be made.[] weakness or abnormal muscle fatigability, and the exclusion of other causes of new symptoms.[] It is characterized by new muscle weakness seen in survivors of acute poliomyelitis.[]

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  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    Common symptoms of lumbar disc protrusion include: Chronic low back pain Pain, numbness and tingling in the legs, feet and toes Back stiffness or soreness Muscle weakness[] Although age is the most common risk, physical inactivity can cause weak back and abdominal muscles, which may not support the spine properly.[] […] and travels down the leg to the calf or into the foot Muscle weakness in the legs Numbness in the leg or foot Decreased reflexes at the knee or ankle Changes in bladder or[]

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  • Sarcoidosis

    Other chest manifestations include adenopathy, pulmonary hypertension, and pulmonary muscle weakness.[] A 64-year-old woman was admitted to our hospital for blurred vision, muscle weakness of extremities, Raynaud's phenomenon, and exertional dyspnea.[] Respiratory muscle weakness occurs in sarcoidosis and is related to decreased exercise capacity, greater fatigue, dyspnea, and lower quality of life in sarcoidosis patients[]

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  • Atelectasis

    weakness) Tumors that block an airway The goal of treatment is to treat the underlying cause and re-expand the collapsed lung tissue.[] .  Pulse oximetry: (SpO2) (less than 90%) or a (PaO2).  Physical examination: Decreased breath sounds and crackles are heard over the affected area. 13.[] Atelectasis was measured by lung density measurements, in Hounsfield units, with computed tomography scans, decreased PaO2 levels (partial pressure of oxygen dissolved in[]

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  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Intermittent systemic corticosteroid use is cumulatively associated with adverse effects such as osteoporosis, hyperglycaemia and muscle weakness.[] Although primarily a lung disease, it is increasingly recognized that COPD has secondary associations, including muscle weakness and osteoporosis.[] COPD is often associated with comorbidities, particularly cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, lung cancer, osteoporosis, muscle weakness, depression and anxiety.[]

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