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11 Possible Causes for Brain Edema, Circumduction Gait

  • Stroke

    Brain edema is accompanied by an increase of intracranial pressure and thus, edema-mediated brain damage is not necessarily restricted to those brain regions originally affected[] This type of stroke requires decompressive craniectomy to avoid life-threatening brain edema and resulting elevation of intracranial pressure.[] Animal models demonstrate that persistence of the hematoma in brain tissue results in progressive brain edema, metabolic distress, and potentially other mechanisms, which[]

  • Brain Laceration

    See also neuraxial edema. brain hematoma may occur with trauma, in extradural, subdural or intraparenchymal locations.[] […] tissue caused by open or closed trauma; causes neural injury, glial injury, and vascular response cerebral edema, brain swelling, hemorrhage, infection, increase ICP caused[] Histopathology, classification and clinical significance of brain edema. J Neurosurg 4: 255–258 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 32.[]

  • Hemiplegia

    With mild hemiparesis, loss of normal arm swing and slight circumduction may be the only abnormalities.[] Literature in the last 5 years does not describe malignant cerebral edema or resultant death.[] They advocate a proactive approach in the detection and management of cerebral edema in HHE causing intracranial hypertension.[]

  • Pyramidal Tract Lesion

    […] dysfunction of the blood–brain barrier (BBB), which results in vasogenic edema [ 9 ].[] First is cerebral hyperperfusion, caused by systemic hypertension and which leads to inadequate brain autoregulation, especially in the posterior circulation, and secondary[]

  • Paraparesis

    If the patient can walk, look for a spastic gait with bilateral circumduction described as “scissoring”, and whilst they are standing inspect the spine for scars.[] Pathologic study showed cerebral edema, but no loss of myelin.[] Entries on cerebellar diseases, peripheral neuropathies, various dementias, diagnostic tests (both clinical and laboratory), forms of cerebral edema, dissociative signs and[]

  • Infantile Hemiplegia

    "Never give up" E- Gait training: Circumduction gait is the way that a hemiplegic patient walks. this is an incorrect way for walk.Gait training must start depend on this[] edema, improve cerebral circulation, improve brain metabolism, maintain N BP) - OR sp therapy for hgic infartion( control BP, surgical evacuation of operable cases, drugs[] With mild hemiparesis, loss of normal arm swing and slight circumduction may be the only abnormalities.[]

  • Hemiparesis

    With mild hemiparesis, loss of normal arm swing and slight circumduction may be the only abnormalities.[] The following morning, magnetic resonance imaging brain did not reveal features of a stroke, but instead diffuse cortical and white matter edema in the right frontal lobe,[] Diplegic Gait Patients have involvement on both sides with spasticity in lower extremities worse than upper extremities.[]

  • Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis

    He manifested a right circumduction gait with stand-by assistance, a cane, and bilateral AFO.[] It is considered that the severe brain edema associated with ADEM or AHLE is a suitable indication for mild hypothermia therapy.[] Both cases had a rapid deterioration of consciousness, repetitive seizures, and brain edema on neuroimaging, in addition to atypical neuroradiological findings on magnetic[]

  • Bilateral Leg Weakness

    Look for circumduction of the leg or diminished swing of the arm. A waddling or lordotic gait occurs with chronic muscle weakness Coordination.[] Inject 7 to 5 cm in the pelvis so that cerebral edema with narrowing of the tongue.[] Gait: Watch a patient walk! This is often the easiest way to demonstrate a hemiparesis from an upper motor neuron lesion.[]

  • Nothnagel's Syndrome

    The hemiparetic gait is also characteristic with foot drop causing circumduction as the involved leg is swung out and forward before the next step.[] MRI brain with contrast was performed and revealed a ring-enhancing lesion with associated vasogenic edema in the left side of the midbrain, involving the left third nerve[] MRI demonstrated a drastic reduction in the size of the ring-enhancing lesion and associated vasogenic edema (Figure 5).[]

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