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15 Possible Causes for Cerebellar Disease, Dysgeusia, Onset at Age 5-10 Years

  • Epilepsy

    Pellecchia MT, Scala R, Filla A, De Michele G, Ciacci C, Barone P: Idiopathic cerebellar ataxia associated with celiac disease: Lack of distinctive neurological features.[] […] of onset of 5–20 years (peak 10–16 years ) characterised by myoclonic seizures that most commonly occur soon after waking a very rare epilepsy syndrome with an age of onset[] Time to first seizure ‐ epilepsy type reclassified to partial for generalised and age of onset 30 years Show forest plot 5 639 Hazard Ratio (Fixed, 95% CI) 0.94 [0.76, 1.15[]

  • Parkinson's Disease

    A spread of DBS current to adjacent cortico-ponto-cerebellar pathways might be responsible.[] A fourth participant reported mild IRRs (dysgeusia and pruritus) with the first infusion that spontaneously resolved; the second and third infusions (no premedication) were[] The mean age of onset is around 60 years, although 510% of cases, classified as young onset PD, begin between the ages of 20 and 50.[]

  • Polyarteritis Nodosa

    On admission he showed signs of a productive psychosis in addition to akinetic-rigid parkinsonism and cerebellar symptoms.[] RESULTS: The median age of onset was 57.0 years. The 1-year survival rate was 100% (16/16) and the 5-year survival rate was 80.0% (8/10).[] Because of the worsening neurological symptoms he was admitted to our neurological clinic five months after onset of the disease.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Spastic Ataxia Type 1

    To Hereditary cerebellar ataxia NOS Hereditary cerebellar degeneration Hereditary cerebellar disease Hereditary cerebellar syndrome early-onset G11.1 hereditary G11.9 ICD[] -oma, tumor] dysgeusia (dis-goo′se-a) Distortion or perversion in the perception of a tastant.[] See the list below: Clinical features Cerebellar ataxia, facial myokymia, impaired vibration sense, and very slow progression Age of onset variable, with a mean age of 37[]

  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    DISEASE Cerebellar tumors are relatively common.[] […] osteophyte, ruptured intervertebral disc, thoracic aneurysm Neck, brachial plexus, lung trauma or surgery Carotid artery dissection (ipsilateral head pain, amaurosis fugax, dysgeusia[] See the list below: Clinical features Cerebellar ataxia, facial myokymia, impaired vibration sense, and very slow progression Age of onset variable, with a mean age of 37[]

  • Chronic Daily Headaches

    In two studies, cerebellar ataxia was documented in 2.7 to 5.4% of participants; in two further studies, the risk of cerebellar dysfunction was zero.[] Treatment of Dysgeusia You may question whether my patient really had dysgeusia.[] Condition: migraine (therapy-resistant; 18 migraine with aura, 7 vasomotoric headache, 5 common migraine; 2 had additional cluster headache) Demographics: mean age 39 years[]

  • Anorexia

    Although neuropsychiatric symptoms are common in late-onset disease, seizures and cerebellar involvement are not.[] KEYWORDS: Anorexia; Dysgeusia; History of neurology; Palaeopathology; St. Catherine of Siena[] Anorexia is the third most common chronic illness among adolescents The average age of onset for an eating disorder is 11-13 years old 5-10 million women and girls suffer[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    FSS cerebellar scale, the number of relapses, and WMF.[] Proportion with dysgeusia Comparison 17.[] Female sex, relapsing-remitting subtype, optic neuritis or sensory symptoms at onset, few attacks in the initial years and especially early age at onset, are associated with[]

  • Occipital Lobe Tumor

    disease, optic nerve glioma - occur in NF1 - MRI: Cystic mass with an intramural nodule. - Good prognosis, if complete resection.[] ., touch) that would not be expected to cause pain dysgeusia distorted taste perception dysgraphia a writing disability that results in incorrectly spelled or written words[] Prevalence is 3–5/10 000, with onset most commonly between 10–30 years of age. The sex ratio is equal; 1–2% of first degree relatives are affected.[]

  • Familial Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

    Cerebellar Ataxia Cerebellar Diseases Cerebellar Neoplasms Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy, Familial Cerebral Arterial Diseases Cerebral Hemorrhage[] Perthes disease Clinical Features: Mainly affects boys aged 5-10 years of age Insidious onset, typically with a limp or hip/knee pain Often mistaken for transient synovitis[] […] type MSA-p MSA, parkinsonian type MSBD syndrome MSCAE MSD Mseleni joint disease MSH3-related AFAP MSH3-related attenuated familial adenomatous polyposis MSH3-related attenuated[]