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2,298 Possible Causes for Cerebral Thrombosis, Drop Attacks, Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension

  • Migraine

    Lim, Cerebral Sinovenous Thrombosis Masquerading as Migraine, Pediatric Emergency Care, 10.1097/PEC.0b013e31819a897f, 25, 3, (174-176), (2009).[] Serotonin levels drop during migraine attacks.[] Contraceptives and cerebral thrombosis: a five-year national casecontrol study. Contraception. 2002; 65 :197–205. [ PubMed ] [ Google Scholar ] 25.[]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Hypotension

    Effects of orthostatic hypotension on cognition in Parkinson disease. Neurology 2017, 88:17-24 Connolly S and others.[] Postprandial hypotension is a sudden drop in blood pressure after a meal.[] Pacemaker therapy for prevention of syncope in patients with recurrent severe vasovagal syncope. Jama 2003:289:2224-2229 Freeman R, Young J, Landsberg L, Lipsitz L.[]

  • Orthostatic Hypotension

    A 71-year-old man, who was diagnosed with familial amyloidosis type I, was admitted for treatment of severe orthostatic hypotension associated with recurrent syncopal attacks[] OH is defined specifically as a 20mmHg drop in systolic, and/or a 10mmHg drop in diastolic BP within 3 min of standing.[] Abstract A 60-year-old male with recurrent syncopal attacks presented with orthostatic hypotension on the head-up tilt test.[]

    Missing: Cerebral Thrombosis
  • Stroke

    Clinically referred to as cerebral thrombosis or cerebral infarction, this type of event is responsible for almost 50 percent of all strokes.[] Individuals at risk for heart attack are especially admonished to drop their salt intake as low as possible.[] Gary used to drop anchor for us at one end; Allan would be the one we called upon to break partnerships, or bowl in the slog overs in one-day games.’[]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Syncope

    However, a syncopal episode associated with normal sinus rhythm may be due to several disorders such as orthostatic hypotension, vasovagal or carotid sinus reflexes, or even[] It has many causes, and is distinct from vertigo, seizures, coma, falls, psychogenic pseudosyncope, drop attacks, transient ischaemic attacks, and states of altered consciousness[] Autonomic failure 8.1.2 Epilepsy and ictal asystole 8.1.3 Cerebrovascular disorders 8.1.4 Migraine 8.1.5 Cataplexy 8.1.6 Drop attacks 8.2 Neurological tests 8.2.1 Electroencephalography[]

    Missing: Cerebral Thrombosis
  • Cerebral Arteriosclerosis

    Differential diagnosis between cerebral hemorrhage and cerebral thrombosis. A clinical and pathologic study of 245 cases. Arch. intern. Med. 1935 56: 435–456.[] seizure (drop attack) generalized seizure characterized by sudden loss of muscle tone and strength; may cause the head to drop suddenly, objects to fall from the hands, or[] […] venous sinus thrombosis, cardiovascular insufficiency, cerebral arteriosclerosis and acute brain infarct, which, after a short period of time, led to his death. es Por lo[]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Micturition Syncope

    Syncope is usually not recurrent; however, recurrent micturition syncope has been reported with bladder neck obstruction, severe chronic orthostatic hypotension, and paroxysmal[] Differential diagnosis of Blackouts • Syncope • Epilepsy • Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures •Cataplexy  Drop attack • Transient CSF obstruction • Transient ischaemic attack[] Cerebrovascular disease is an uncommon cause of syncope, In patients with vertebrobasilar transient ischemic attacks or subclavian steal syndrome, syncope and drop attacks[]

    Missing: Cerebral Thrombosis
  • Epilepsy

    thrombosis or haemorrhage ( stroke ).[] Atonic seizures, also known as drop attacks, drop seizures or akinetic epileptic drop attacks, may involve a sudden loss of muscle tone, a head drop or leg weakening.[] Singh and Deepanshu Dubey, Predictors and outcome of status epilepticus in cerebral venous thrombosis, Journal of Neurology, 10.1007/s00415-018-9145-8, (2018).[]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency

    Prevention of coronary and cerebral thrombosis. Miss Valley Med J 1956;78(5):213-215. Millikan CH, Siekert RG, Whisnant JP.[] The patient may suddenly become weak at the knee and crumple (often referred to as a “drop attack”).[] It is sometimes known as beauty salon or Golden Gate Bridge syndrome, due to the effect of tilting the head back, causing vertigo or drop attacks.[]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Subclavian Steal Syndrome

    Cerebral complications are related to brain ischemic symptoms and can be caused either by thrombosis of the repair or by embolism up the carotid or vertebral arteries during[] […] symptoms (diplopia, bilateral visual loss, drop attacks, etc).[] The symptoms from the compromised vertebrobasilar and brachial blood flows constitute the subclavian steal syndrome (SSS), and include paroxysmal vertigo, drop attacks and[]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension

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