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18 Possible Causes for Bell's Palsy, Chiari Malformation Type 1, Focal Motor Seizure

  • Subdural Hematoma

    We describe a patient with preexisting Chiari 1 malformation, who recently sustained a unilateral type 1 occipital condyle fracture with associated disruption of the tectorial[]

  • Herpes Simplex Encephalitis

    motor seizures involving first the right face and later the arm and leg Positive PCR HSV 1 DNA of CSF High dose antiviral therapy Died nine days after the onset of symptoms[] Murakami SMizobuchi MNakashiro YDoi THato NYanagihara N Bell's palsy and herpes simplex virus. Ann Intern Med. 1996;124:27-30. Google Scholar 26.[] Other surgical indications were: Chiari malformation type 1 [ 13 ], refractory epilepsy secondary to previous or presumed HSVE [ 15, 16, 25, 26 ] and refractory trigeminal[]

  • Hemifacial Spasm

    Bell palsy occurs in different rheumatic diseases, causes hemifacial weakness, and targets the motor branch of the 7th cranial nerve.[] In this study, the frequency of type 1 Chiari malformation in HFS patients was 1.9 %.[] Secondary causes were found in 40 patients (19%) and included Bell's palsy (n 23, 11%), facial nerve injury (n 13, 6%), demyelination (n 2), and brain vascular insults (n[]

  • Hemiplegia

    The prolonged focal motor seizure usually occurs during the course of a febrile illness and is followed by hemiplegia ipsilateral to the side of convulsions.[] If there is a small chance that antivirals will be helpful for my patients with Bell’s Palsy, I will continue to use them.[] Confirmation by magnetic resonance imaging of Bell's cruciate paralysis in a young child with Chiari type I malformation and minor head trauma.[]

  • Eye Muscle Disorder

    The goal of surgery is to remove damaged or scarred tissue that serves as the focal point of a seizure.[] Medical – Medical treatment due to an injury of the Facial Nerve is the same as the treatment for Bell’s palsy.[] malformation type 1.[]

  • Myelocerebellar Disorder

    Motor Seizure Gait Abnormality General Paresis - Neurosyphilis Genetic Predisposition to Migraine With or Without Aura Geriatric Diseases Guillain-Barre Syndrome Hallucinations[] Palsy Benign Multiple Sclerosis Benign Positional Vertigo Benign Sex Headache Benzodiazepine Poisoning Bilateral Stroke Bilateral Temporal Hemianopsia Binswanger's Dementia[] Malformation Type 1 Chiari's Deformity Chronic Hiccups Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder Classic Migraine Cluster Headache Complex Partial Seizure[]

  • High Myopia-Sensorineural Deafness Syndrome

    The goal of surgery is to remove damaged or scarred tissue that serves as the focal point of a seizure.[] Benign abducens palsy of childhood. Ped Neurol 1993;9:394-5. 43. Afifi A, Bell W, Bale J, Thompson H. Recurrent lateral rectus palsy in childhood.[] Dicarboxylic aminoaciduria Niemann-Pick disease type C1 SLC35A2-CDG Baetz-Greenwalt syndrome Chiari malformation type 2 Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy Wyburn Mason's syndrome[]

  • Brain Compression

    Seizures, frequently focal motor or focal with secondary generalization, occur in the first week after nonmissile trauma in approximately 5% of patients, but they herald chronic[] ’s Palsy VIII Acoustic (Vesibulo- cochlear) Balance and hearing Sensory afferent Disequilibrium, vertigo tinnitus and deafness, IX Glosso- pharyngeal Taste, salivation, swallowing[] type 1 Brain compression Brain stem compression Brain stem herniation Cerebellar pressure cone Cerebral herniation Chiari malformation type i Compression of brain due to[]

  • Brain Stem Disorder

    Irritation of the frontal cortex may also cause either generalized or focal motor epileptic seizures, the latter involving the opposite side of the body.[] Chiari malformation Type I Type 1 happens when the lower part of the cerebellum (called the cerebellar tonsils) extends into the foramen magnum.[] Preserved Bell’s phenomenon and vestibulo-ocular range indicated a supranuclear deficit rather than a partial nuclear III palsy.[]

  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    MOTOR seizures or contralateral pyramidal deficits.[] Types 1, 2 and 3 Arnold-Chiari Malformations Types 1, 2 and 3 Arnold-Chiari malformations consist of a congenitally determined, anomalous location of the cerebellum and medulla[] Sometimes this is due to injuries to the face or the parotid gland, but more commonly it is due to Bell's palsy .[]