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55 Possible Causes for Attention Deficit Disorder, Basal Ganglia Lesion, Palilalia

  • Tourette Syndrome

    Larumbe R, Vaamonde J, Artieda J, Zubieta JL, Obeso JA: Reflex blepharospasm associated with bilateral basal ganglia lesion.[] German male patients with treatment-resistant Tourette syndrome (TS), who suffer from incapacitating stuttering-like speech disfluencies caused by vocal blocking tics and palilalia[] More than a decade of research regarding the motoric characteristics of the attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) that accompanies Tourette syndrome has revealed[]

  • Tic Disorder

    Ganglia lesions are known in movement disorders C] IMMUNOLOGICAL FACTORS autoimmune process that is secondary to streptococcal infections is a potential mechanism for Tourette's[] […] gesture (copropraxia) or a tic-like imitation of someone else’s movements (echopraxia).Complex vocal tics can seem purposeful as well and include repeating one’s own sounds (palilalia[] Tic disorders usually first appear during childhood, and they can be associated with other conditions, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or obsessive-compulsive[]

  • Tics

    Magnetic resonance image of the brain showed lesions in the basal ganglia.[] Palilalia: Repeating your own words over and over again.[] Neuropsychologic testing after surgery revealed no attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder symptomatology, and only minimal features of obsessive-compulsive disorder.[]

  • Stroke

    All patients except one had small infarcts, with the majority of them in the basal ganglia and subcortical white matter regions.[] Ask the person to repeat a simple sentence and look for any speech abnormality. T: Time to call 911![] Monoaminergic drugs have been shown to improve attention in traumatic brain injury, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and hemispatial neglect following right-hemisphere[]

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

    Structural lesions of the basal ganglia may lead to obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).[] […] way and becoming upset if the order becomes disrupted) Hoarding objects Counting and recounting excessively Grouping or sequencing objects Repeating words spoken by self (palilalia[] Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity a schema:Intangible ; schema:name " Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity "@ en ;. # Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder[]

  • Legius Syndrome

    These lesions do not enhance and do not cause mass effect. They most commonly occur in the cerebellum, brainstem, basal ganglia and subcortical white matter.[] Early monitoring of hearing quality is important for young NS-patients in order to prevent speech abnormalities.[] ), or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).[]

  • Focal Motor Seizure

    @article{Shin2005MultidimensionalSL, title {Multidimensional sequence learning in patients with focal basal ganglia lesions}, author {Jacqueline C.[] Occasionally a partial dysphasia is seen in the form of epileptic palilalia with involuntary repetition of a syllable or phrase.[] As a child with epilepsy grows older, they are at a higher risk of having behavior problems like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or mood disorders like anxiety[]

  • Trichotillomania

    The basal ganglia and chunking of action repertoires . Neurobiol Learn Mem 1998 ; 70 : 119–36. 38 Cromwell , HC , Berridge , KC .[] […] shoulder jerking Sniffing, grunting, barking or chirping Or tics may be complex: Arm flapping Facial grimacing Coprolalia (the involuntary uttering of obscene words or phrases) Palilalia[] An adolescent with autism spectrum disorder and improperly treated attention deficit hyperactivity disorder presented with recurrent hair pulling.[]

  • Pediatric Arterial Ischemic Stroke

    The stroke lesions commonly occurred in the basal ganglia region.[] This is attributed to the lack of speech abnormalities compared with left hemispheric infarction. 33 Young children have incomplete hemispheric differentiation reducing the[] Learning disability, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, and intellectual disability were the most prevalent diagnoses.[]

  • Familial Developmental Dysphasia

    It also results from disruption to the integrated action of upper motor neurones, basal ganglia and cerebellum.[] A variety of speech abnormalities have been described, such as echolalia and pronoun reversal.[] Dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Most children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder have difficulties in school.[]

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