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1,838 Possible Causes for Bilateral Babinski's Reflex, Lacunar Infarction, Narrow Hands

  • Stroke

    […] cerebral circulation stroke Pure motor lacunar infarction Pure sensorimotor lacunar infarction Pure sensory lacunar infarction R.I.N.D. syndrome Reversible ischemic neurologic[] She improved significantly, and eight hours after tPA therapy, had only moderate expressive speech difficulties and mild hemiparesis on the right (dominant hand) side.[] Smoking causes your blood vessels to narrow and makes your blood more likely to clot.[]

  • Carotid Stenosis

    Lacunar infarctions and carotid artery disease. Lancet 1991 ; 337 : 1361 –2. 42 Fisher CM. Lacunar infarcts: a review.[] The narrowing of the arterial wall's diameter renders the blood flow to the brain inadequate; thus, a stroke may occur.[] When stenosis is more than 75%, the combined rate for TIA and stroke is 10.5% per year, but some of those strokes are cerebral hemorrhages or lacunar infarcts that would not[]

  • Cerebral Arteriosclerosis

    infarcts.[] It is the underlying mechanism of small vessel ischemic changes and lacunar infarcts in the brain of hypertensive patients and in most renovascular disease.[] […] disease and hypertension were more frequently associated with atherothrombotic events, atrial fibrillation with cardioembolic strokes, and obesity and high blood pressure to lacunar[]

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  • Cerebral Thrombosis

    […] cerebral arteries (lacunar infarction); and proximal arterial stenosis with hypotension that decreases cerebral blood flow in arterial watershed zones (hemodynamic stroke)[] In the narrow sense of the term, CT occurs if a thrombus develops within a cerebral vessel (intrinsic cerebral thrombosis, ICT).[] Common causes are (from most to least common) atherothrombotic occlusion of large arteries; cerebral embolism (embolic infarction); nonthrombotic occlusion of small, deep[]

  • Brain Stem Infarction

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has greater sensitivity than CT in the identification of ischemia with small lacunar infarcts being seen only on MRI.[] All of them had lacunar infarctions localized at the medial lemniscus and/or spinothalamic tract, at the pontine (12 patients) or midbrain (1 patient) tegmentum.[] MR images of a 56-year-old woman with mild right hemiparesis show left upper pontine infarct of 40 mm but no lacunar infarction in the supratentorial region.[]

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  • Spinal Cord Infarction

    Lacunar infarctions are associated with a kind of vascular damage caused by chronic high blood pressure called lipohyalinosis.[] In the second test, the patient's neck is extended by the examiner who then places interlocked hands on the patient's scalp and gently presses caudally.[] Neurologic examination demonstrated a broad-based, spastic gait, brisk muscle stretch reflexes, and bilateral Babinski signs.[]

  • Anterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion

    Lacunar Infarcts Lacunar infarcts are small infarcts in the deeper parts of the brain (basal ganglia, thalamus, white matter) and in the brain stem.[] […] cerebral circulation stroke Pure motor lacunar infarction Pure sensorimotor lacunar infarction Pure sensory lacunar infarction R.I.N.D. syndrome Reversible ischemic neurologic[] Stroke subtypes included cardioembolic infarction in 45.1% of patients, atherothrombotic infarction in 29.4%, lacunar infarct in 11.8%, infarct of unknown cause in 11.8% and[]

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  • Hypertension

    Myocardial infarction and angina identified by electrocardiogram (ECG) or coronary revascularization, and silent events, were considered to meet the inclusion criteria.[] In arterioles, on the other hand, decreases in the density of blood vessels (rarefaction) and in vasomotion amplitude may play a more important role than reductions in lumen[] Approximately 80% of all strokes are due to cerebral infarction from large and small (lacunar) vessel disease as well as cardioembolic sources.[]

    Missing: Bilateral Babinski's Reflex
  • Basilar Artery Thrombosis

    , Ischaemic stroke, Lacunar infarction, Migraine with aura, Subarachnoid haemorrhage, Superior sagittal sinus thrombosis, Thromboembolic stroke, Thrombotic stroke, Transient[] Neurological examination revealed a fluctuating mental status, right-sided cranial nerve weaknesses, decreased right-sided extremity strength, and an upward Babinski reflex[] Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) brain reveals small (lacunar) infarcts (strokes) at the base of the pons, resulting in occlusion of the paramedian branches of the basilar[]

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  • Intrapontine Hemorrhage

    Karger AG, Basel References Fisher CM: Lacunar strokes and infarcts: A review. Neurology 1982;32:871–876. Fisher CM: Lacunar infarcts. A review.[] Deep tendon reflexes were brisk with bilateral extensor plantar responses and positive Babinski sign.[] Computed tomography confirmed an acute infarction of the right cerebellar hemisphere and multiple earlier supratentorial lacunar infarctions.[]

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