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139 Possible Causes for Cerebral Palsy, Hallucinations, Opisthotonus

  • Epilepsy

    The incidence of epilepsy in 323 patients with cerebral palsy (CP) was 41.8%. Almost half of the patients with spastic tetraplegia and hemiplegia had epilepsy.[] Wellcome L0074949.jpg 5.057x6.546; 5,76 MB Hystero-Epilepsie; Hallucinations. Dedain. Planche XXXI.[] EAPEN, Epilepsy in children with cerebral palsy, Seizure, 12, 2, (110), (2003).[]

  • Encephalopathy

    The immature brain is particularly prone to excitotoxicity, and inflammation has been strongly implicated in the pathogenesis of cerebral palsy.[] A woman in her 50s presented with worsening confusion, hallucinations, tremor and leg jerks.[] Symptoms may include headaches, nausea, confusion, poor memory, hallucinations, incoordination, and trouble feeling physical sensations.[]

  • Extrapyramidal Disorder

    Cerebral palsy Wilson’s disease Huntington’s C Drugs Encephalitis Ischemic anoxia Idiopathic: hereditary or sporadic Idiopathic torsion dystonia.[] Moderate effects on all aspects; reduced motor fluctuations of L-dopa, neuroprotective, neurotrophic Orthostatic hypotension, excessive and abrupt sleepiness, confusion, hallucinations[] Finally, in the dramatic-looking dystonia opisthotonus, the entire body spasms, resulting in the back arching and the legs and head flexing back.[]

  • Drug-induced Dystonia

    palsy G801Spastic diplegic cerebral palsy G802Spastic hemiplegic cerebral palsy G803Athetoid cerebral palsy G804Ataxic cerebral palsy G808Other cerebral palsy G809Cerebral[] These include dry mouth, constipation, blurred vision, urinary retention (more common in older men), confusion, memory loss, and even hallucinations.[] On the torso, distortion of the spine, opisthotonus, as well as a tortipelvic crisis, which involves rigidity of the pelvic and abdominal musculature, can occur.[]

  • Meningitis

    The death rate is about 5 per cent and some patients are left with permanent disabilities such as cerebral palsy and deafness.[] […] and are followed by symptom-free periods of weeks to months Transient neurological abnormalities, including seizures, diplopia, pathologic reflexes, cranial nerve pareses, hallucinations[] […] neck (generally not present in children under the age of one year or in patients with altered mental state), back rigidity, bulging fontanelle (in infants), photophobia, opisthotonus[]

  • Juvenile Paralysis Agitans of Hunt

    Cerebral palsy cerebral palsy, disability caused by brain damage before or during birth or in the first years, resulting in a loss of voluntary muscular control and coordination[] Some affected individuals develop psychiatric conditions such as depression and visual hallucinations.[] Oxalluria Orchitis : Testes. inflammation Opisthotonus : Back proper.Bending Spinal colom.Vertebra S&C.[]

  • Classic Maple Syrup Urine Disease

    A delay in diagnosis for longer than 14 days is invariably associated with general learning disability and cerebral palsy but delay in diagnosis, even to the end of the first[] […] catabolic stress, infection or injury may cause acute, potentially fatal, leucine intoxication with vomiting, altered consciousness, ataxia and acute dystonia in toddlers and hallucinations[] If left untreated further symptoms may develop including nausea, anorexia, dystonia, ataxia, cognitive impairment, hallucinations, and sleep disturbances.[]

  • Severe Neonatal-Onset Encephalopathy with Microcephaly

    94 Paroxysmal Dyskinesias E-1637 95 Movement Disorders of Infancy E-1646 96 DrugInduced Movement Disorders in Children E-1651 97 Cerebral Palsy E-1660 98 Tics and Tourette[] Schizophrenia Increased body weight Mood swings Mania Bipolar affective disorder Delusions Preeclampsia Borderline personality disorder Personality disorder Auditory hallucinations[] (HIE) and cerebral palsy.[]

  • Cerebral Cortical Atrophy

    palsy Anemia Peripheral neuropathy Hepatic failure Small for gestational age Arrhythmia Dysphasia Clinodactyly of the 5th finger Depressivity Macrotia Autism Apraxia Stereotypy[] It was claimed that the degree to which memory… Read More hallucination studies In hallucination: The nature of hallucinations Such circuits in the cortex (outer layers) of[] This may not be clinically apparent, though the presence of hallucinations makes it very likely that the cause is DLB rather than AD.[]

  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    94 Paroxysmal Dyskinesias E-1637 95 Movement Disorders of Infancy E-1646 96 DrugInduced Movement Disorders in Children E-1651 97 Cerebral Palsy E-1660 98 Tics and Tourette[] Mental disorders: Very rare-speech disorder, confusion and/or emotional excitement, hallucinations, mood change.[] […] extremes, tachycardia, tachypnea, diaphoresis, incontinence, tremulosness, Tremors: coarse, cogwhelling, lead-pipe rigidity EPS symptoms: Sialorrhea (excess salivation), Opisthotonus[]

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