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1,140 Possible Causes for Bell's Palsy, Diarrhea, Drooling, Paresthesia

  • Rabies

    Other nonspecific symptoms may occur, including malaise, anorexia, headaches, fever, chills, pharyngitis, nausea, emesis, diarrhea, anxiety, agitation, insomnia and depression[] Other symptoms may include: Drooling Seizures Bite site is very sensitive Mood changes Nausea and vomiting Loss of feeling in an area of the body Loss of muscle function Low-grade[] Drooling is also seen as the saliva production is highly increased.[] The previous evening, a Puerto Rican man aged 54 years arrived at the emergency department with fever, difficulty swallowing, hand paresthesia, cough, and chest tightness.[]

  • Stroke

    An 80-year-old woman presents with malaise, nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain, and watery diarrhea. She is highly active, with a full-time job as a realtor.[] […] associated with high agreement for the diagnosis of stroke or transient ischemic attack vs no vascular event are a sudden change in speech, visual loss, diplopia, numbness or tingling[] This may cause you to drool saliva. Problems with balance, co-ordination, vision, speech, communication or swallowing. Dizziness or unsteadiness.[] 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.[]

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    Patients with poor prognosis can be identified in the early phase of disease using predictors such as high age, severe disability, preceding diarrhea and possibly low increase[] CONCLUSIONS A case of a rare variant of GBS is presented with facial diplegia and paresthesia and with unilateral facial palsy.[] Examples of emergency symptoms of Guillain-Barré syndrome include difficulty breathing, fainting, problems swallowing, drooling and temporary cessation of breathing.[] […] heart beat (palpitations) Emergency symptoms (seek medical help right away): Breathing temporarily stops Cannot take a deep breath Difficulty breathing Difficulty swallowing Drooling[]

  • Mercury Poisoning

    Stomach irritation can induce vomiting, abdominal colic and diarrhea.[] These patients with chronic MeHg poisoning continue to complain of distal paresthesias of the extremities and the lips even 30 years after cessation of exposure to MeHg.[] Price Since Roman times, when slaves worked the cinnabar mines, mercury has been known to cause a wide range of symptoms, including headaches, tremors, drooling, difficulty[] The most commonly seen complaints are headache, tremor, impaired cognitive skills, weakness, muscle atrophy, and paresthesia.[]

    Missing: Bell's Palsy
  • Lead Poisoning

    […] loss of consciousness) Mononucleosis (often called “mono”) Muscle strain injuries Nausea Pink eye Rash Sprains and fractures (splinting) Urinary tract infections Vomiting, diarrhea[] […] line“) Loss of appetite and weight loss Hypertension Neuropathy: Neural conduction delay Hyperreflexia Tremor, muscle weakness; especially extensor weakness ("drop hand") Paresthesias[] February 2019 Quiz: Bell Palsy Essentials Are you familiar with key aspects of Bell palsy, including best practices for diagnosis and treatment?[] Symptoms are a metallic taste in the mouth, vomiting, bloody or black diarrhea, and muscle cramps. Diagnosis is made by examination of the blood and urine. Treatment .[]

    Missing: Drooling
  • Acrodynia

    An epidemic disease characterized by disturbances in the alimentary canal (vomiting, colic, diarrhea), by nervous symptoms (especially pain in the extremities), sometimes[] Besides peripheral neuropathy (presenting as paresthesia or itching, burning or pain) and discoloration, swelling (edema) and desquamation may occur.[] The signs and symptoms of Acrodynia comprise loss of skin layers, peripheral neuropathy, vomiting and diarrhea, renal failure, and memory loss and loss of focus.[] In children, mercury toxicity may result in the rare syndrome of acrodynia , which is characterized by severe leg cramps, irritability, paresthesia, excessive perspiration[]

    Missing: Bell's Palsy
  • Acute Intermittent Porphyria

    Other GI features may include nausea , vomiting, constipation or diarrhea , abdominal distention, and ileus .[] Peripheral neuropathy (patchy numbness and paresthesias) Psychological disturbances (anxiety, confusion, psychosis, dementia) Precipitated by drugs (drugs that enhance cytochrome[] Days later brought a new episode of acute delirium, with progressive loss of strength in upper and lower extremities, paresthesias and abdominal pain.[] , highlighting the importance of endogenous steroids, especially progesterone, in pathogenesis.[2] The most common presenting is severe abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea[]

    Missing: Drooling
  • Acute Hepatic Porphyria

    Symptoms include pain in the chest or abdomen, vomiting, and diarrhea or constipation.[] […] symptoms Clinical features Fever GI symptoms : severe abdominal pain , nausea , vomiting Neurological abnormalities Polyneuropathy : non-specific pain , weakness/fatigue, paresthesia[] […] related to the gastrointestinal tract and include intense and nonspecific abdominal pain that may be cramping, constipation, nausea, vomiting, decreased bowel sounds and diarrhea[] Neurological-psychiatric symptoms of an acute intermittent porphyria are diverse and can occur in the form of peripheral nerve palsies, neuralgic pains, paresthesias, epilepsies[]

    Missing: Drooling
  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Differential Diagnosis of Infectious Mononucleosis Diagnosis Key distinguishing features Acute human immunodeficiency virus infection Mucocutaneous lesions, rash, diarrhea[] CASE PRESENTATION: A 36-year-old healthy man developed paresthesia of bilateral lower extremities and urinary retention 8 days after the onset of IM due to primary EBV infection[] EBV is spread by saliva through: kissing sharing drinks and food using the same cups, eating utensils, or toothbrushes having contact with toys that children have drooled[] palsy ), and uncoordinated movements Spleen rupture (rare, avoid pressure on the spleen) Skin rash (uncommon) Death is possible in people who have a weakened immune system[]

  • Poliomyelitis

    The remaining 5% show the typical signs of this disease which include fever, headache, vomiting, diarrhea, neck stiffness and pain in arms and legs.[] Symptoms are fever, severe headache, stiff neck and back, deep muscle pain, and sometimes areas of hyperesthesia (increased sensation) and paresthesia (altered sensation).[] Fatigue Irritability Leg pain (particularly in the calf muscles) Fever Muscle stiffness or spasms Rash The signs and symptoms of paralytic polio may not resolve and include: Drooling[] Although some patients complain of paresthesias early in the illness, objective sensory loss is not present.[]

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