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647 Possible Causes for Babinski Sign, Back Pain

  • Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

    Back pain as a result of Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia can be helped by back strengthening exercises.[] The clinical picture is composed of difficulty walking, exaggerated deep reflexes, pathological reflexes such as the Babinski sign, sphincter disturbances and various degrees[] Back-strengthening exercises may help to reduce or eliminate back pain (due poor gait, poor posture, use of a mobility device).[]

  • Sciatica

    This case report describes therapeutic exercise management for a female with a chief complaint of right sciatica and secondary low back pain (LBP).[] A neurological examination showed paresis of the right quadriceps, tibial and sural muscles, increased bilateral knee and ankle reflexes and positive Babinski sign.[] Check in with your doctor, and then follow these step-by-step strategies to manage your acute low back pain. 1 Acute Low Back Pain: First, Don't Panic If you have back pain[]

  • Spinal Metastasis

    In addition to back pain, neurological findings are the second important element of spinal metastases.[] A 41-year-old male presented with a 1-month history of severe back pain radiating to both legs.[] This case report underscores the importance of careful evaluation of patients presenting with back pain with a history of malignancy.[]

  • Spinal Cord Compression

    Several rare yet potentially devastating causes of acute back pain are deserving of consideration when approaching back pain in the ED setting; SSH is among them.[] Bilateral Babinski's sign and ankle clonus were positive. He had no bladder or bowel dysfunction.[] Upper motor neurone signs in the lower limbs (Babinski's sign: up-going plantar reflex, hyperreflexia, clonus, spasticity).[]

  • Spinal Cord Infarction

    We describe a 65-year-old man who presented with sudden paraplegia and back pain of 4-days duration with sensory loss below the umbilicus and bilateral scalp necrosis.[] Initial areflexia changes to hyperreflexia with the presence of Babinski signs.[] Diagnostic and therapeutic image-guided nerve root injection is commonly performed in the management of low back pain and sciatica.[]

  • Anterior Spinal Artery Syndrome

    Reported here is a 37-yr-old professional diving instructor who had developed complaints of back pain and weakness in the lower extremities after diving.[] The Babinski sign may be positive in patients with anterior myelopathy, in which the big toe turns upward when the bottom of foot is stimulated with a blunt instrument.[] Back pain was present in the lumbar region radiating to buttocks and legs in a bilateral radicular pattern. Femoral pulses were initially palpable.[]

  • Myelitis

    Sensory symptoms usually present as paresthesia ascending from the feet with or without back pain at or near the level of the myelitis.[] Later he developed bilateral spastic paraparesis and positive Babinski sign with mild paraesthesia of lower limbs.[] […] characterized by sudden neck and back pain, with loss of bladder or bowel control.[]

  • Arachnoiditis

    Spinal Cord Anatomy Back Pain (Arachnoiditis) is condition develops when a thin film that covers the spinal cord becomes swollen and enlarged .[] He had bilateral 5th (motor) to 12th cranial nerve palsy, wasting and weakness of limbs, fasciculations, absent tendon reflexes, and positive Babinski’s sign.[] The symptoms of Arachnoiditis (stiffness, numbness, burning, pain) are similar to other back problems such as nerve impingement or disc problems.[]

  • Acute Transverse Myelitis

    These symptoms included bilateral lower extremity paresthesias, back pains in the thoracic and lumbar areas and pronounced lower extremity weakness.[] Neurological Examination: spastic paraplegia, Babinski sign bilateral patellar, hyperreflexia and aquiliana, sensorial level T4.[] He also had mechanical back pain and unexplained neurological symptoms.[]

  • Spinal Neoplasm

    Additional symptoms that might be encountered in spinal neoplasms are waist and back pain, a kyphotic posture if a fracture has occurred, as well as aggravation of symptoms[] Late signs include demonstrable weakness, clear sensory loss, bilateral Babinski signs, and decreased anal sphincter tone and bulbocavernosus reflex.[] In September of 2004, he returned to his oncologist with a cough and back pain. Workup at that time revealed a large right lower lobe mass.[]

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