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105 Possible Causes for Bilateral Babinski's Reflex, Intoxication

  • Pyramidal Tract Lesion

    Tract Lesion Infancy (up to 1 year of age) Deep sleep Deep anaesthesia Pathological causes of Babinski sign in absence of Pyramidal Tract Lesion Narcotic overdose Alcohol intoxication[] These include hyperreflexia, spasticity, positive Babinski sign and loss of superficial abdominal reflexes.[] RPLS associated with vasospasm has been described in patients with preeclampsia or eclampsia [ 1 et 2 ] and in cases of digitoxin intoxication [ 10 ] .[]

  • Epidural Hematoma

    Alcohol intoxication was a significant (P 0.05) predictor of an unfavorable outcome.[] Alcohol and intoxicating agents are considered as the most important cause of such incidents.[] Alcohol and other forms of intoxication have been associated with a higher incidence of epidural hematoma.[]

  • Stroke

    We describe two patients with severe 4-FA-related complications and the characteristics of a large sample of 4-FA-intoxicated patients.[] It is also important to note that these symptoms are not specific for stroke: sudden dizziness or gait disturbance can occur as a result of intoxication with drugs or alcohol[] Information on patients with 4-FA-related intoxications between January 2009 and June 2017 was available from the Monitor Drug-related Incidents.[]

  • Coma

    Drug intoxications are a leading cause of coma; however, other metabolic disturbances and traumatic brain injury are also common causes.[] Skin lesions were obtained from a forensic autopsy case, a woman in her thirties, of caffeine intoxication.[] Definition Coma is a state of prolonged unconsciousness that may result from various medical factors like brain tumors, alcoholic intoxication, diabetes mellitus, trauma,[]

  • Cerebral Edema

    We report two cases of acute intentional endosulfan intoxication with cerebral edema and cardiac failure.[] There was a significant difference (p 0.001) between intoxication (or asphyxia) and all other causes of death; the former causes demonstrated higher deviations of the attenuation[] Acute cerebral edema due to lead intoxication is an unusual presentation in an adult.[]

  • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

    Therefore, the present case was regarded as a non-fatal intoxication case, but also a COC-related death.[] In all patients in pseudo-SAH( ) group, however, the causes of CPA were identified such as suffocation, ventricle fibrillation, carbon monoxide intoxication, anaphylactic[]

  • Marchiafava Bignami Disease

    Smith WT (1976) Intoxications, poisons and related metabolic disorders. In: Blackwood W, Corsellis JAN (eds) Greenfield's neuropathology, 3rd edn.[] Bilateral upper and lower limb weakness with increased bilateral upper limb reflexes and Babinski reflexes were found.[] His carer expressed that he was usually confused and that he was likely to have been intoxicated before the fall.[]

  • Hyponatremia

    […] drug intake, high-endurance exercise, iatrogenic causes, and exceptional cases of child abuse by forced water intoxication.[] Though both lisdexamfetamine dimesylate and methylphenidate are widely used among pediatricians today for treatment of ADHD, reports of life-threatening water intoxication[] K’s reported history of free water ingestion, a diagnosis of acute water intoxication was made.[]

  • Brain Stem Hemorrhage

    Microangioma, aneurysm, intoxication, acute infection, and tumor-bleeding represent a rare cause of hemorrhage.[]

  • Encephalopathy

    […] posturing; MUSCLE SPASTICITY; and bilateral extensor plantar reflexes (see REFLEX, BABINSKI).[] Risk Factors Liver disease and other factors that affect liver function can cause hepatic encephalopathy: Cirrhosis (liver scarring) Alcohol intoxication Infections Sedatives[] Acute intoxication is a reversible symptom of exposure to many synthetic chemical neurotoxicants.[]

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