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515 Possible Causes for Cerebellar Ataxia, Exotropia

  • Strabismus

    Jeffrey Cooper & Rachel Cooper (no relation). 2001-2016 About Exotropia What is Exotropia?[] 378.10 Exotropia, unspecified convert 378.10 to ICD-10-CM 378.11 Monocular exotropia convert 378.11 to ICD-10-CM 378.12 Monocular exotropia with A pattern convert 378.12[] ; 48 (39%) had acquired vision loss; 5 (10%) developed esotropia; and 43 (90%) developed exotropia.[]

  • Varicella

    Although chickenpox has a good prognosis, neurologic complications including encephalitis, acute cerebellar ataxia, myelitis and meningitis may seldom be associated with the[] Serious complications from chickenpox include dehydration pneumonia bleeding problems infection or inflammation of the brain (encephalitis, cerebellar ataxia) bacterial infections[] One of these disorders is called acute cerebellar ataxia which causes progressive irritability, difficulty walking, difficulty with vision, and speech disturbances that persist[]

  • Congenital Non-Progressive Ataxia

    We herein report a case of atypical Gillespie syndrome associated with bilateral ptosis, exotropia, corectopia, iris hypoplasia, anterior capsular lens opacities, foveal hypoplasia[] Non-progressive cerebellar ataxia is associated with delayed developmental milestones and hypotonia (visible from the first year of life), gait and balance disorders with[] Case report: We herein report a case of atypical Gillespie syndrome associated with bilateral ptosis, exotropia, corectopia, iris hypoplasia, anterior capsular lens opacities[]

  • Nothnagel's Syndrome

    Complete right third-nerve palsy resulting in hypotropia, exotropia, and pupillary mydriasis.[] - A dictionary of medical eponyms Related people Carl Wilhelm Hermann Nothnagel Ipsilateral oculomotor palsy and contralateral cerebellar ataxia caused by a lesion affecting[] ataxia syndrome Synonym initial insensitive acceptable GB English Nothnagel's syndrome (disorder) FSN sensitive preferred GB English Mapping Snomed ConceptId: 32680009 CUI[]

  • Ocular Palsy

    […] by exotropia and esotropia.[] […] abuse, neurodegenerative cerebellar disorders or cerebellar ataxias; purely vertical GEN is due to a midbrain lesion, while purely horizontal GEN is due to a pontomedullary[] Location/signs Etiologies Fascicle Demyelination; hemorrhage; infarction Ipsilateral cerebellar ataxia; (rare in childhood) contralateral rubral tremor; contralateral hemiparesis[]

  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    378.16 Alternating exotropia with A pattern 378.17 Alternating exotropia with V pattern 378.18 Alternating exotropia with other noncomitancies Alternating exotropia with[] […] will assist clinicians in the diagnosis and management of the full spectrum of cerebellar ataxias encountered in daily practice.[] Idiopathic cerebellar ataxia - a diagnosis of exclusion.[]

  • Machado-Joseph Disease

    Near point of convergence was normal in two out of three patients with exotropia. Gaze holding deficits were also common.[] We describe an unusual case of a patient with Machado-Joseph disease (MJD) who showed autonomic dysfunctions in addition to cerebellar ataxia.[] From Wikidata Jump to navigation Jump to search autosomal dominant cerebellar ataxia that is characterized by slow degeneration of the hindbrain and has material basis in[]

  • Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

    These photographs show his progressive eyeball deviations toward complete exotropia.[] His principal symptom was cerebellar ataxia for several years.[] Some of the main symptoms of MSA, such as cerebellar ataxia and orthostatic hypotension, are not rare parts of the clinical picture of PSP.[]

  • Ataxia Telangiectasia

    Though the siblings carried the same mutations, they showed different clinical features involving strephenopodia, exotropia, torsion dystonia, myoclonus and extrapyramidal[] Only a mild cerebellar ataxia was present at the age of 7 years then she developed a Wilms tumor (nephroblastoma).[] Although A-T is known to be the most common cause of progressive cerebellar ataxia in childhood, there have been no confirmed cases in Korea.[]

  • Chronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia

    The most common strabismus findings were large angle exotropias (mean 47 prism diopters), half of which had associated vertical deviations.[] This case highlights the cerebellar ataxia can occur in CPEO plus.[] Presence of cerebellar ataxia may strongly influence results, since the applied mlCARS score does not differentiate between the two.[]

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