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37 Possible Causes for Bilateral Arm Weakness, Long Tract Signs, Shoulder Pain

  • Cervical Spondylosis

    RESULTS: The VAS score of preoperative neck and shoulder pain was (6.57 1.34) scores, which decreased to 1.80 0.65 at 1-week postsurgery, and was completely alleviated by[] The clinical symptoms of cervical spondylotic amyotrophy (CSA) are motor loss or atrophy with an absent or insignificant sensory deficit or a long tract sign; however, the[] It is a good exercise to remove neck as well as shoulder pain. Stand straight.[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    Here, we report a patient who presented with progressive left arm weakness and was found to have bilateral MRI plexus abnormalities.[] , often asymmetrical); seldom significant long tract signs unless foramen magnum involved in addition MRI; CT with bone windows; no EMG evidence of CPD in limbs unless wasting[] A regular stretching program, combined with the use of shoulder approximation sleeves, can help prevent shoulder pain.[]

  • Lambert Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome

    The clinical syndrome is heterogeneous and is characterised by a combination of cranial nerve palsies, long tract signs, and cerebellar ataxia.[] tract signs should be investigated for an underlying cancer.[] […] demyelinating polyradiculopathy (CIDP) with atypical features including resistance to first line treatments, an unusually aggressive course, or the presence of myopathy and long[]

  • Myelopathy

    arm paresthesiae l'Hermitte's phenomena Weakness And, one or more of the following signs: Corticospinal distribution motor deficits Atrophy of hand intrinsic muscles Hyperreflexia[] Pain on the neck is one of the most common symptoms of this type of myelopathy. Other patients complain shoulder pain and discomfort.[] Physical examination commonly elicits long tract signs such as spasticity, hyperreflexia, and abnormal reflexes such as Babinski or Hoffman's sign.[]

  • Cervical Cord Compression

    The etiology of postoperative bilateral arm weakness could not be determined in one claim.[] RESULTS: Both the Chiari I and cervical compression groups had long tract signs evident on clinical neurological examination.[] Abstract The authors report the case of a 59-year-old woman with progressive neck and arm pain that initially appeared in the neck and later extended to the shoulder and upper[]

  • Cervical Nerve Root Compression

    Bilateral radiating pain into the legs, extensive weakness and sensory loss, and a loss of bowel and bladder function is called cauda equina syndrome.[] Symptoms include: neck and shoulder pain or stiffness – that comes and goes headaches – often starting at the back of the neck Exercise can ease cervical spondylosis symptoms[] In addition, refer patients with a progressive neurologic deficit or long tract signs to a spine surgeon.[]

  • Hemiparesis

    In contrast, shoulder pain was strongly correlated with degree of shoulder external rotation (r k .457, P .006). Conclusion.[] tract signs are an uncommon initial presentation in cerebellopontine angle epidermoids.[] Long-tract signs included an equivocal right toe and a down-going left toe. She walked towards her mother with a slight limp favoring the right side.[]

  • Narrow Cervical Spinal Canal

    , hand (78%) Bilateral symptoms (68%) Numbness at or below the level of involvement (63%) Weakness at or below the level of involvement (43%) Pain or weakness in buttock [] When the stenosis and myelopathy is severe, most patients will develop long tract signs (UMN) consisting of a wide-based gait, balance difficulties, and weakness.[] Patients may report: Pain in the upper neck, back or shoulders Pain that radiates through the arms or hands Tingling, numbness or muscle weakness in the extremities Pain and[]

  • Spinal Stenosis

    , hand (78%) Bilateral symptoms (68%) Numbness at or below the level of involvement (63%) Weakness at or below the level of involvement (43%) Pain or weakness in buttock [] […] unless there is injury to descending long tracts.[] This pain is called radiculopathy. Because spinal stenosis does not always occur evenly on both sides of the body, this pain may be worse in one arm or shoulder.[]

  • Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

    Standing discomfort (94%) Discomfort/pain, in shoulder, arm, hand (78%) Bilateral symptoms (68%) Numbness at or below the level of involvement (63%) Weakness at or below the[] Higher up the spinal column, cervical spinal stenosis can create painful sensations in the shoulders, arms, and hands.[] […] unless there is injury to descending long tracts.[]

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