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370 Possible Causes for Burning Sensation, Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Obesity

    You actually block the ability to oxidize fat to burn fat.”[] Brain Injury: The Long-Term Perspective , Journal of Neurotrauma , 30 , 4 , (271) , (2013) .[] In order to gain weight significantly, you actually have to block your sensation of fullness, so that you’re hungry more, and you have to block your energy output.[]

  • Psoriasis

    sensation in the affected area thick, pitted fingernails There are many different types of psoriasis that all have their own symptoms.[] sensations around patches thick, pitted nails painful, swollen joints Not every person will experience all of these symptoms.[] […] likely have one or more of these symptoms: raised red patches of skin that can have silvery scales on them dry, cracked skin that may bleed at times itching, soreness, or a burning[]

  • Temporal Lobe Tumor

    Depending on if and where the seizure spreads, the patient may experience the sensation of: A peculiar smell (such as burning rubber) Strong emotions (such as fear) Abdominal[] Experts say some possible causes of temporal lobe seizures include: severe traumatic brain injury infections or a history of infections like meningitis or encephalitis scarring[]

  • Postconcussive Syndrome

    The type of pain you experience can be a pounding, squeezing, tingling, or burning sensation; a touch-sensitive soreness; or a piercing jab.[] PURPOSE: The purpose of this analysis was to determine which of the initial symptoms after mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) can best predict the development of persistent[] Although the mortality rate is negligible, the traumatic sequel after mild traumatic brain injury is clear.[]

  • Oculomotor Nerve Paralysis

    Check for facial parasthesia, corneal sensation, and ask about burning facial pain or numbness to consider cavernous sinus lesions.[] Our patient developed aberrant regeneration of the right oculomotor nerve after traumatic brain injury.[]

  • Meralgia Paresthetica

    Patients complain of a persistent burning sensation, tingling and aching pain, and hypersensitivity or hyposensitivity in the anterolateral aspect of the thigh.[] Profiles Tamirra Stewart says dance helped her recover from traumatic brain injury and seizures.[] It can present with a burning sensation, paraesthesia, or hyperesthesia over the distribution of the nerve on the anterolateral aspect of the thigh.[]

  • Paresthesia

    A Look at Fibromyalgia and Paresthesia Paresthesia is a condition that results in a burning sensation, tingling, prickling, or even numbness.[] Chronic paresthesia can be caused by medical conditions and disorders like diabetes , neuron function problems, hyperventilation syndrome, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), panic[] Stroke survivors and those with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) may experience paresthesia from damage to the central nervous system.[]

  • Spinal Cord Infarction

    […] in the legs, paralysis, loss of deep tendon reflexes, loss of pain and temperature sensation, and incontinence.[] The unusual feelings people experience can include numbness, burning or tingling sensations and the inability to tell the temperature of water or objects.[] Symptoms, which generally appear within minutes or a few hours of the infarction, may include intermittent sharp or burning back pain, aching pain down through the legs, weakness[]

  • Neuropathy

    Peripheral neuropathy can result from traumatic injuries, infections, metabolic problems, inherited causes and exposure to toxins.[] sensation in the hands and feet. — Sandra Blakeslee … neuropathy involving the seventh cranial nerve was caused by being hit in the face by the stick. — Clifton P.[] Pain Numbness Burning sensation Tingling Lancinating (shooting) pain Hypersensitive areas of the skin Hair loss on the affected part Shiny skin Weakness Muscle atrophy (loss[]

  • Muscle Spasticity

    The injections of Plasma are not painful but could be described as a dull burning sensation.[] Thirty adult volunteers with traumatic brain injuries participated. There were 20 men and 10 women; the mean age was 28.3 years (SD 10.8).[] When used in body areas that have partial sensation, check skin tolerance frequently as it may result in a burn if too hot and frostbite if too cold.[]

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