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53 Possible Causes for Cerebellar Ataxia - Limb and Trunk, Tinnitus

  • Cerebellar Stroke

    Patients with symptoms commonly peripheral in etiology (nystagmus, tinnitus, gait instability, etc.) were included in the study.[] Truncal tremor may be evident - constant jerking of the trunk and head. Limb ataxia Lesions of the cerebellar hemisphere cause ipsilateral signs.[] I still suffer from tinnitus, however it dulls every month that passes by.[]

  • Acoustic Neuroma

    […] preoperative tinnitus, and no tinnitus in 78% and appeared in 22% of 77 patients without preoperative tinnitus.[] Although little information is available on its exact incidence, truncal (trunk, abdomen, chest) ataxia appears to be more common than limb ataxia.[] RESULTS: Of the 53 patients who completed the survey, 17% reported that their tinnitus resolved; 9% reported improvement; 23% reported no change; 43% reported that their tinnitus[]

  • Oculomotor Apraxia

    The audiovestibular symptoms, tinnitus, sensorineural hearing loss and acute episodes of vertigo, are usually bilateral.[] Progressive cerebellar ataxia (100% of patients) of the trunk and limbs, starting at walking age (is the presenting symptom in 90% of patients) and leading to wheelchair toward[] She denied any hearing loss, diplopia, fever, cough, rhinorrhea, otorrhea, tinnitus, and vomiting.[]

  • Diffuse Serous Labyrinthitis

    Labyrinthitis causes VERTIGO, vomiting and a ringing or hissing in the ears ( TINNITUS ).[] […] may primarily involve the trunk ( truncal ataxia ) and the patient may not be able to sit or stand unsupported ( astasia ); truncal ataxia is usually due to midline cerebellar[] Serous labyrinthitis after appropriate treatment of inner ear function returned to normal. 2, tinnitus and hearing loss, heavier felt deafness, but not deaf.[]

  • Brain Stem Disorder

    […] that can be associated with posterior fossa involvement in MS; double vision, oscillopsia (jumping images), jerky eye movements, unsteady gait, incoordination, vertigo, tinnitus[] Medial superior pontine syndrome (paramedian branches of upper basilar artery) On side of lesion • Cerebellar ataxia (probably): Superior and/or middle cerebellar peduncle[] , people with migraine with brainstem aura get brainstem aura symptoms such as: Dysarthria (slurred speech) Vertigo (feeling of movement/spinning of self or environment) Tinnitus[]

  • Frontal Lobe Neoplasm

    Tinnitus, a buzzing or ringing sound, may also be present; other symptoms are also possible.[] ataxia involving limbs and trunk Increased ICP Headaches less common Clinical manisfestations in Grades III and IV Most fx for ages 50-60 Rapidly progressive symptoms: -[] […] cerebrum, frontal lobe Unilateral or focal headaches Increased ICP Personality disorders Clinical manifestations of Grades I and II in children Appear in cerebellum Unilateral cerebellar[]

  • Acute Cerebellar Ataxia

    […] cerebellar infarctions, as does envenomation due to a scorpion sting. 11 Basilar Migraine Children with basilar migraine present with an aura consisting of ataxia, diplopia, tinnitus[] Acute cerebellar ataxia is the most important sign of damage to the cerebellum. Acute cerebellar ataxia can affect movements of the trunk or limbs (arms or legs).[] […] migraine with aura but has in addition at least two of the following aura symptoms: visual symptoms in both temporal and nasal fields of both eyes, dysarthria, vertigo, tinnitus[]

  • Paraneoplastic Syndrome

    We present a patient with a five-year history of visual loss, vertigo, ataxia, tinnitus, and bone lesions that resolved after diagnosis and resection of an atrial myxoma.[] […] syndrome: Before cancer: 63% After starting tumor treatment: 30% May begin with tumor relapse: 20% Ataxia: Trunk & Limb Severe Pancerebellar Trunk & Limb Dysarthria Oculomotor[] Peripheral neuropathy (25%) Onset: Often subacute Distribution: Sensory-motor; Polyradiculopathy Often associated alternative causes Cranial neuropathy: VI; VIII (Deafness or Tinnitus[]

  • Cerebellar Infarction

    Careful fitting of a digital hearing aid, together with tinnitus counselling, inhibited the patient's tinnitus to 25 per cent of its former intensity after a six month acclimatisation[] Truncal tremor may be evident - constant jerking of the trunk and head. Limb ataxia Lesions of the cerebellar hemisphere cause ipsilateral signs.[] […] and trunk. – By contrast, 10% of patients with a pure lateral medullary infarct have an associated PICA distribution cerebellar infarction.• latPICA infarct - dizziness,[]

  • X-linked Parkinsonism-Spasticity Syndrome

    In Ménière disease an accumulation of fluid in the inner ear produces increasing deafness, tinnitus, and vertigo.[] […] or limb dystonia; writer’s cramp; musician’s dystonia; occupational dystonia Lubag syndrome or X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism Cerebellar Ataxia Restless Legs Syndrome and[] Vestibulocochlear nerve When both divisions of the vestibulocochlear nerve are affected by disease, symptoms may include ringing in the ear ( tinnitus ), a sensation of spinning[]

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