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941 Possible Causes for Cerebellar Ataxia, Progressive Loss of Vision, Weakness

  • Leptomeningeal Metastasis

    A year thereafter, she was admitted again with confusion and ataxia, at which time T2-weighted images revealed an impression of widened cerebellar sulci ( Fig 2A ).[] A patient with uvular cancer presented with lower limb weakness and paresthesiae, headache, neck stiffness and multiple cranial palsies.[] Use of computer tablets or paper notes may be indicated if the patient has hearing loss; voice-activated computer or cell phone aids may help if the patient has vision loss[]

  • Celiac Disease

    , such as: celiac disease (with gluten ataxia) ( K90.0 ) cerebellar ataxia (in) neoplastic disease (paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration) ( C00-D49 ) non-celiac gluten ataxia[] This patient complained about progressive bone and muscular pain, weakness, fractures and skeletal deformities.[] General symptoms of the disease include the passage of foul pale-coloured stools ( steatorrhea ), progressive malnutrition, diarrhea, decreased appetite and weight loss, multiple[]

  • Erdheim-Chester Disease

    RESULTS: There were seven males and three females; mean age at clinical onset was 49.6 years (range 38-59); cerebellar ataxia with or without other neurological symptoms was[] A 50-year-old man with progressive edema in bilateral lower extremities, numbness, weakness, and muscle atrophy of upper limb for 2 years had been misdiagnosed of neuritis[] During hospitalization, the progression was unfavorable; proptosis progressed, causing a severe loss of vision in the left eye (from 0.8 Snellen to NLP).[]

  • Neonatal Adrenoleukodystrophy

    Ataxia and Dementia Familial Leukodystrophy with Adult Onset Dementia and Abnormal Glycolipid Storage Fatty Acid 2-Hydroxylase Deficiency Fucosidosis Fukuyama Congential[] Symptoms may include progressive stiffness, weakness, or paralysis of the lower limbs and loss of coordination. Brain function deterioration may also been seen.[] Refsum disease is characterized by progressive loss of vision (retinitis pigmentosa); degenerative nerve disease (peripheral neuropathy); failure of muscle coordination (ataxia[]

  • Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

    In the type I cases, delay in walking was not infrequent and spasticity of the lower limbs was more marked than weakness.[] G11.0 Congenital nonprogressive ataxia G11.1 Early-onset cerebellar ataxia G11.2 Late-onset cerebellar ataxia G11.3 Cerebellar ataxia with defective DNA repair G11.4 Hereditary[] Progressive psychomotor regression can be seen.Weakness, loss of vision, and intellectual regression can recognized in some affected individuals.[5].[]

  • Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis

    A 5-year-old boy presented with acute-onset cerebellar ataxia without associated encephalopathy, focal motor deficits, seizures or cognitive decline.[] […] system disease: Slow viruses Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis is characterized by the slowly increasing loss of mental abilities, brief, shocklike jerking of the body, weakness[] The authors here report a case of a 3-year-old child who presented with vision loss followed 15 months later by quadriparesis with bladder involvement.[]

  • Camurati-Engelmann Syndrome

    Rare signs include sensory loss, slurred speech, dysphagia, cerebellar ataxia, anorexia, decreased subcutaneous tissue, hyperhidrosis of the extremities, delayed dentition[] […] intracranial volume loss combined with elevated ICP. 18 , 19 , 81 , 82 All 5 patients experienced severe headaches and vision changes, 4 had progressive imbalance, 18 , 19[] Camurati-Engelmann disease: two case reports describing metadiaphyseal dysplasia associated with cerebellar ataxia.[]

  • Arnold-Chiari Malformation Type 1

    ataxia 0002073 Scoliosis Abnormal curving of the spine 0002650 Sensory impairment 0003474 Stiff neck Neck stiffness 0025258 Syringomyelia Fluid-filled cyst in spinal cord[] These can include arm and shoulder weakness, soreness or other sensory symptoms, low energy levels, lower cranial nerve dysfunction (impaired gag reflex, facial weakness or[] Symptoms can include headaches, neck pain, disequilibrium, vision changes, auditory disturbances, loss of coordination, and nausea.[]

  • MERRF Syndrome

    Abstract Myoclonic epilepsy and ragged-red fibers (MERRF) syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by myoclonus, muscle weakness, cerebellar ataxia, heart conduction block[] Definition and clinical findings: A mitochondrial disorder that causes painless progressive loss of central vision.[] There may also be seizures, cerebellar ataxia and myopathy.[]

  • Kearns-Sayre Syndrome

    In addition to the main clinical symptoms, at least one of the following is also often present: heart block, cerebellar ataxia, or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) protein content[] […] affect many organ systems and additional features may include myopathy, dystonia, bulbar symptoms in the form of dysarthria and nasal regurgitation and bilateral facial weakness[] loss, or other neurological abnormalities) MELAS is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder with typical onset between the ages of 2 and 15, although it may occur in infancy[]

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