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311 Possible Causes for Brisk Reflexes, Muscle Twitch

  • Motor Neuron Disease

    He had tongue fasciculations, brisk reflexes and extensor plantar. After supportive electrophysiological studies he was diagnosed as Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.[] A 69-year-old man with long-standing depression and failing memory presented with muscle twitches of 8 months' duration.[] Brisk reflexes will occur in a wasted limb. There is an absence of major sensory symptoms and pain. There is a relentless progression of symptoms and signs.[]

  • Adult Spinal Muscular Atrophy

    All patients exhibited proximal weakness with amyotrophy, fasciculations, slow progression disease with hypoactive deep tendon reflex, except two patients with brisk reflex[] The disorder slowly progressed to include cramps and muscle twitches.[] […] may include: Tremor of the hands Muscle cramps when performing physical activities Muscle twitches and weakness of limb muscles As the condition progresses: Weakness of the[]

  • Early-Onset Alzheimer Disease Type 3

    […] limbs (though no cogwheeling), and pathologically brisk reflexes.[] A form of muscle twitching and spasm, called myoclonus, is also more common in early-onset Alzheimer's. Late-onset Alzheimer's.[] People with early Alzheimer's are more likely to develop muscle twitching and spasms.[]

  • Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor

    Her primary care physician thought she had arthritis, but she saw a chiropractor who noted brisk reflexes on her neurologic examination.[] […] contractions, twitches, or spasms (fasciculations) Muscle function loss Muscle weakness (decreased muscle strength) in the legs that causes falls, makes walking difficult[] […] cough or sneeze), and may extend to the hips or legs Cold sensation of the legs, cool fingers or hands, or coolness of other areas Loss of bowel control Bladder leakage , muscle[]

  • Acute Pandysautonomia

    […] or brisk reflexes are part of Guillain- Barre Syndrome.[] A 17-year-old boy presented with muscle twitching and painless cramps of the right leg that had gradually progressed over the previous 6 months.[] The most obvious effect of this motor nerve demyelination is weakness, although the initial symptoms, at least in retrospect, may be muscle cramps or muscle twitching (called[]

  • Muscular Fasciculation

    For example, if a doctor taps on the knee of a person with MS to elicit the knee-jerk reflex, that person may demonstrate a brisk reflex or in more severe cases, clonus, in[] Fasciculation (Muscle Twitch) Fasciculation, or muscle twitching, is involuntary movement of the muscles in an area of your body.[] A detailed neurological exam will be done, where brisk reflexed will most likely be revealed. One of the most important diagnostic tools is the EMG.[]

  • Anticholinergic Toxicity

    “If they see somebody who has a new tremor, clonus or jerking movements that were not present before, or rigidity and brisk reflexes, especially in the lower legs, they should[] Instead, it gave me rapid heartbeat, anxiety, and increased my muscle twitching to my face, chest, and even butt. All existing muscle twitches became intensified.[] The muscle twitching had spread to my arms, shoulders, and upper legs and was a lot stronger. I threw away the Unisom and did not sleep for 7 straight nights.[]

  • Neonatal Hypotonia

    There may be peripheral hypertonia, brisk reflexes, and clonus.[] ) Muscle atrophy (Medical Encyclopedia) Muscle function loss (Medical Encyclopedia) Muscle twitching (Medical Encyclopedia) Rhabdomyolysis (Medical Encyclopedia) Weakness[] A stronger child with brisk reflexes suggests an upper motor neuron source for the hypotonia.[]

  • Paraparesis

    Hereditary spastic paraparesis : Spastic paraparesis, brisk reflexes, upgoing plantars. Absence of sensory signs.[] I have also had significant improvement in other symptoms like: muscle twitching, knee pain, and back pain. During the treatments I felt relaxed, hopeful, and trusting.[] […] limbs (though no cogwheeling), and pathologically brisk reflexes.[]

  • Progressive Muscular Atrophy

    The occurrence of upper motor neurone symptoms such as brisk reflexes, spasticity, or a Babinski sign would indicate a progression to ALS; the correct diagnosis is also occasionally[] This then leads to fasciculations (muscle twitches), progressively worsening muscle weakness, and a loss of muscle mass and weight.[] Depending on the site of the lesions, characteristic signs may include spasticity, muscle stiffness, brisk or diminished reflexes, muscle wasting and fasciculation, and both[]

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