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159 Possible Causes for Bilateral Leg Weakness, Urinary Incontinence

  • Spinal Cord Compression

    Leg pain may occur and be unilateral or bilateral in nature that radiates from the back.[] Ten patients (48%) were not ambulatory before surgery and four suffered urinary incontinence/constipation (19%).[] When urinary incontinence starts or when patients become dependent on a wheel chair for long period of time, the chance that surgery will help decreases.[]

  • Spinal Epidural Abscess

    RESULTS: The most common presenting symptoms were neck or back pain, motor deficits, and urinary incontinence.[] The patient suffered from urinary incontinence and constipation.[] Findings such as urinary incontinence and perineal parasthesias can significantly increase the likelihood of the patient having a SEA, however lack of these findings does[]

  • Hereditary ATTR Amyloidosis

    Wasting and weakness are also accompanying features, whereas autonomic system dysfunction is manifested by diarrhea, constipation, urinary incontinence, orthostatic hypotension[] incontinence, headaches, dizziness, sudden drop in blood pressure upon standing, and carpal tunnel syndrome.[] incontinence Distigmine Anemia Erythropoietin, iron Hypothyroidism Levothyroxine Ocular amyloidosis Vitrectomy, trabeculectomy Liver transplant Orthotopic liver transplant[]

  • Paraplegia

    leg weakness Applies To Paralysis of both lower limbs Paraplegia (lower) ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 344.1 :[] A 57-year-old male 8 days after uneventful OPCAP presented with severe lower extremity pain and sudden fecal and urinary incontinence, followed by the absence of pulsations[] Impotence and various degrees of urinary and fecal incontinence are very common in those affected.[]

  • Cauda Equina Syndrome

    Cauda Equina Syndrome Clinical Evaluation Severe bilateral leg pain, weakness, saddle anesthesia (perianal numbness), bowel/bladder symptoms (urninary retention early, urine[] In the PED, the unusual clinical presentation of severe back pain and urinary incontinence initially mimicked cauda equina syndrome and led to delayed correct diagnosis.[] Patients may present with back pain, unilateral or bilateral leg pain, paresthesias and weakness, perineum or saddle anesthesia, and rectal and/or urinary incontinence or[]

  • Bilateral Leg Weakness

    Rarely, cervical cord tumors can initially cause bilateral leg weakness without involvement.[] incontinence, or other autonomic nerve system dysfunction.[] And this is where bilateral leg weakness -- described here as something that "may be caused by a malfunction of the brain, the spinal cord, or nerves" -- becomes a bilateral[]

  • Cauda Equina Injury

    Also, there may be decreased anal tone; sexual dysfunction; saddle anesthesia; bilateral leg pain and weakness; and bilateral absence of ankle reflexes.[] Abstract Suprapubic endoscopic suspension of the vesical neck is a popular and effective procedure for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence in women.[] incontinence among subjects with perineal floor neuropathy (P less than .01).[]

  • Spinal Cord Ependymoma

    Eric Kratky In January 2007, Erik Kratky was 21 and pursuing his undergraduate degree when he experienced bilateral leg weakness.[] The most common presenting symptoms were local back pain (69.5%), radicular pain (70.5%) and urinary incontinence (19%).[] […] retention, incontinence and constipation, as well as back pain.[]

  • Spinal Stenosis

    Symptoms: Leg (neurogenic Intermittent Claudication) Characteristics Leg Fatigue (dullness) or Leg Weakness Leg numbness or Paresthesia s (tingling sensation) Bilateral Leg[] incontinence progressing over a 1-year period.[] Intermittent neurogenic claudication characterized by lower limb numbness, weakness, diffuse or radicular leg pain associated with paresthesia (bilaterally), weakness and[]

  • Subacute Transverse Myelitis

    Patients typically develop bilateral weakness, usually involving the legs, although the arms may also become affected, in association with a pattern of sensory changes that[] A 56-year-old man was admitted to the hospital reporting 5 months of progressive ascending lower extremity weakness and numbness, inability to walk, bowel incontinence,urinary[] . • Back pain, paresthesias, radicular pain in the legsBilateral, asymmetric, unilateral, acute-sub acute progressive leg weakness with any of the features of spinal cord[]

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