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167 Possible Causes for Babinski Sign, Bell's Palsy, Erectile Dysfunction, Hemiplegia

  • Stroke

    Specifically, this exploratory study investigates changes in gait pattern among stroke patients with hemiparesis or hemiplegia during gait recovery.[] Potential misdiagnoses of Bell’s palsy in the emergency department. Ann Emerg Med. 2014;63(4):428–34. . PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 50. Cartwright DJ.[] A common disability that results from stroke is complete paralysis on one side of the body, called hemiplegia .[] However, these limitations were of less significance here because gait parameters and body side of symptoms of hemiplegia or hemiparesis are relatively clear.[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Troublesome symptoms may include spasticity, parasthesias, tremor, erectile dysfunction, depression and anxiety, fatigue and pain.[] Abstract We describe the case of a woman who came to our attention for acute onset and very rapidly worsening left hemiplegia, vision loss and cognitive impairment.[] Facial weakness: Bell's palsy can occur alone or with other indications of brainstem disorder.[] […] positive special tests fundoscopy MLF syndrome (Internuclear Ophthalmoplegia) Lhermitte's sign Evaluation Laboratory studies CBC, lytes, TSH, comprehensive metabolic panel[]

  • Paraparesis

    dysfunction Complicated HSP: About 10 percent of people with HSP have complicated HSP.[] Paralysis Also called: Hemiplegia, Palsy, Paraplegia, Quadriplegia Paralysis is the loss of muscle function in part of your body.[] On examination, she was found to have severe spasticity and weakness of both legs and feet, bilateral Babinski sign, and bilateral patellar clonus (see video ).[] Strictly unilateral lesions at C1-T2 result in clinical involvement on only the affected side of the body (hemiparesis, hemiplegia).[]

  • Shy Drager Syndrome

    Also in men can be erectile dysfunction ataxia (Poor coordination / unsteady walking), also can be primary sx but less common Advertisements One thought on “ Multiple system[] In some cases, pyramidal signs (generalized hyperreflexia and positive Babinski sign) are observed.[] Additional Features for the Diagnosis of Possible MSA* (Open Table in a new window) Category Additional Features Possible MSA-P Possible MSA-C Babinski sign with hyperreflexia[] A patient with MSA is more likely to present with autonomic dysfunction with symptoms of urinary retention, incontinence or erectile dysfunction, with motor dysfunction noted[]

    Missing: Bell's Palsy
  • Lyme Neuroborreliosis

    We report a case of a female teenager presenting with sudden-onset aphasia and transient right-sided faciobrachial hemiplegia, along with headache and agitation.[] Bell's palsy is treated with corticosteroids, while Lyme neuroborreliosis is treated with antibiotics.[] Acute hemiplegia associated with cat-scratch disease. Braz J Infect Dis 2004; 8: 263-266. [ Links ] 41. Podsiadly E, Chmielewski T, Tylewska-Wierzbanowska S.[] A total of 207 patients (75 %) were diagnosed as Bell's palsy (m 110/f 97).[]

    Missing: Erectile Dysfunction
  • Lyme Disease

    Acute hemiplegia associated with cat-scratch disease. Braz J Infect Dis 2004; 8: 263-266. [ Links ] 41. Podsiadly E, Chmielewski T, Tylewska-Wierzbanowska S.[] It is associated with facial palsy, is increasingly common in England, and may be misdiagnosed as Bell's palsy.[] Here we present a case of occult bilateral facial nerve palsy due to Lyme disease initially diagnosed as Bell palsy.[] It can present with both central and peripheral nervous system manifestations, including aseptic meningitis, meningoencephalitis, Bell's palsy and other cranial neuropathies[]

    Missing: Erectile Dysfunction
  • Subdural Hematoma

    Historical note and terminology In 1657 Wepfer described the presence of a "bloody cyst" in the subdural space of an elderly man postmortem who had developed an aphasia and hemiplegia[] […] bleeding secondary to a tear of the middle menigeal artery or its branches beginning of epidural hematoma unconsciousness, followed by a lucid interval. minutes to hours later, signs[] Patients may present with headache, hemiparesis/hemiplegia, seizures, syncope, memory loss and impaired consciousness or they may be asymptomatic.[] […] of intracranial compression begin increasing headache, unconsciousness, siezures, ipsilateral pupil dilation, contralateral hemiparesis, hemilegia, Babinski, decerbrate rigidity[]

    Missing: Erectile Dysfunction
  • Listeria Meningitis

    Patients may present with seizures, cranial neuropathies, hemiplegia, and other evidence of focal disease, as well as with global cerebral dysfunction manifested as coma.[] At the admission, clinical examination showed severe meningeal irritation-neck stiffness and signs of Brudzinski, Kernig and Babinski.[] The clinical presentation of cerebritis ranges from fever and headache to hemiplegia, resembling a stroke.[] These include cranial nerve abnormalities, ataxia, tremors, hemiplegia, and deafness. Seizures can occur and often begin later in the course.[]

    Missing: Erectile Dysfunction
  • Myotonic Dystrophy

    There, under the supervision of Heinrich Curschmann, he accomplished his own works on aphthongia, cerebral muscular atrophy, and cerebral hemiplegia.[] New contributions to the theory of muscular atrophy in supranuclear paralysis especially in cerebral hemiplegia (Habilitationsschrift).[] [4] In December 1904, he filed for habilitation with his thesis: “New contributions on the theory of muscular atrophy in supranuclear paralyses, particularly in cerebral hemiplegia[]

    Missing: Babinski Sign
  • Autosomal Dominant Sensory Ataxia

    dysfunction, pain relievers, antidepressants and cognitive behavior therapy, and treating cardiomyopathy if it occurs Treatment may also be based on the underlying cause,[] Weber's syndrome ventral peduncle, PCA Benedikt syndrome ventral tegmentum, PCA Parinaud's syndrome dorsal, tumor Nothnagel's syndrome Claude's syndrome Other Alternating hemiplegia[] Babinski sign MedGen UID: 19708 • Concept ID: C0034935 • Finding A reflex characterized by upward movement of the great toe and an outward movement of the rest of the toes[] Slow saccadic eye movements Progressive Unsteady gait Dementia Dysdiadochokinesis Tremor Dysphagia Limb ataxia Impaired vibratory sensation Progressive cerebellar ataxia Babinski[]

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