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129 Possible Causes for Cerebral Palsy, Dizziness, Opisthotonus

  • Epilepsy

    Most common adverse reactions: The most common side effects in patients taking APTIOM include dizziness, sleepiness, nausea, headache, double vision, vomiting, feeling tired[] palsy and severe intellectual disability as well as multifocal epilepsy.[] In some cases, people know they are about to have a seizure because they see or hear something, or feel dizzy, nauseous, or "strange." This is called an aura .[]

  • Meningitis

    ): Guillain-Barre syndrome (For those who received MCV4 Serious allergic reactions, with symptoms including: Difficulty breathing Wheezing Hives Pale skin Fast heartbeat Dizziness[] The death rate is about 5 per cent and some patients are left with permanent disabilities such as cerebral palsy and deafness.[] […] to eat or drink has not had a wee for over 12 hours Symptoms in older children and adults: a high temperature chills and shivering fast heartbeat fast breathing feeling dizzy[]

  • Oculomotor Apraxia

    At the age of 7 years, after an acute otitis media with mastoiditis, the girl complained about dizziness without nausea, but with clear ataxia and an oculomotor disorder ([] Associations may include perinatal hypoxia, meningitis, periventricular leukomalacia, cerebral palsy, septicemia, anemia, herpes encephalitis, and seizure disorder.[] In addition to gradual arrest of neurological development, laryngospasm, opisthotonus, and limb rigidity, he presented characteristic oculomotor apraxia.[]

  • Gaucher Disease

    Signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis include hives, low blood pressure, flushing, wheezing, chest tightness, nausea, vomiting, and dizziness.[] Intrathecal baclofen therapy (IBT) is indicated for spastic neurological diseases, such as cerebral palsy, and studies have shown its therapeutic benefit in improving several[] The most commonly observed symptoms of hypersensitivity reactions were: headache, dizziness, low blood pressure, high blood pressure, nausea, tiredness/weakness, and fever[]

  • Infantile Convulsions and Choreoathetosis

    The most important imitators of epileptic seizures are dizziness, vertigo, syncope, complicated migraine; and somewhat less frequently sleep disorders, transient cerebral[] When combined with chorea, as in cerebral palsy, the term " choreoathetosis " is frequently used.[] […] the world spinning (vertigo).[]

  • Meningism

    Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Board Replies Last Post dizziness/vertigo/headaches/migraines leeshy215 Dizziness / Vertigo 27 11-02-2010 08:51 AM Severe Migraine Headaches[] palsy Keywords Cerebral Palsy Lumbar Puncture Bacterial Meningitis Subdural Hemorrhage Viral Meningitis These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.[] […] angles, and subsequent extension in the knee is painful (leading to resistance). [6] This may indicate subarachnoid hemorrhage or meningitis. [7] Patients may also show opisthotonus[]

  • Baclofen

    Vertigo. Trouble breathing. Loss of consciousness.[] Spastic cerebral palsy diagnosis [14 (74%)] was most frequent. Most patients [11 (58%)] were Gross Motor Function Classification System level III.[] ITB therapy effectively controlled her opisthotonus.[]

  • Tracheomalacia

    […] of breath) cyanosis (“blue spells”) difficulty with feeding (prolonged or ineffective) failure to thrive (poor growth) decreased exercise tolerance palpitations fainting/dizziness[] In case 1, a 4-year-old girl with cerebral palsy and opisthotonus was admitted due to respiratory distress.[] He was diagnosed with, among other things, spastic quadriparesis (a form of cerebral palsy), developmental delays, ventricular asymmetry, delayed myelination, microcephaly[]

  • Tetanus

    Symptoms may include: Skin flushing, itching , or swelling Trouble breathing or other respiratory symptoms Nausea , vomiting , diarrhea , or abdominal cramping Dizziness ,[] My son has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and attention deficit disorder.[] During hospitalization, the patient's clinical conditions worsened rapidly, and, although in absence of the classic clinical presentation (trisma, nuchal rigidity, and opisthotonus[]

  • Exchange Transfusion

    On admission he had dizziness and peripheral cyanosis.[] Exchange transfusion is recommended for newborns with total serum bilirubin (TSB) levels thought to place them at risk for cerebral palsy (CP).[] […] abnormalities), moderate/intermediate (high-pitched cry, irritability, and increasing hypertonia), or severe/advanced (deep stupor, fever, apnea, inability to feed, retrocollis, opisthotonus[]

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