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374 Possible Causes for Chills, Dysautonomia, Peripheral Neuropathy

  • Autonomic Neuropathy

    An 83-year-old female patient with rheumatoid arthritis and hypertension presented to the emergency department with fever and chills of 1 day duration.[] A basic understanding of the nervous system and peripheral neuropathies, chart findings to support a neuropathy, and ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM categorization of peripheral neuropathies[] We, therefore, propose a Turkish variant of familial dysautonomia in these 2 patients.[]

  • Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy

    Changes in the body's ability to regulate temperature may make you more prone to body chilling (hypothermia) or heat-related illness, such as heatstroke or heat exhaustion[] To investigate the relationship between diabetic autonomic and peripheral neuropathies, we carried out power spectral analysis (PSA) of heart rate variations and determined[] There are many more common forms of dysautonomia that run in families too, like POTS . Dysautonomia Foundation, Inc.[]

  • Japanese Encephalitis

    […] in conjunction with allergic-like symptoms. [ Ref ] Other Other systemic side effects have included fever, dizziness , flu-like symptoms, headache , myalgia, malaise, and chills[] Initially, patients present with fever with chills and rigors, malaise, and headache lasting for 1 to 6 days.[] If symptoms develop, they can include: Fever Chills Fatigue Headache Neck stiffness Nausea or vomiting Confusion Restlessness Tremors Convulsions, especially in infants Brain[]

  • Paraneoplastic Syndrome

    A female patient presented with recurrent attacks of chills, fever and abdominal pain was found to have simultaneous cyclic oscillation in leukocyte counts and C-reactive[] POEMS (peripheral neuropathy, organomegaly, endocrinopathy, M protein, skin changes) syndrome is a rare multisystem paraneoplastic disorder.[] Dysautonomia.[]

  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

    Manifestation is as follows: Body temperature 38 C, often 40 C, diaphoresis, no chills Motor symptoms comprising bradykinesia and tremor besides generalized rigidity Shuffling[] Most patients recover completely but amnestic syndromes, extrapyramidal and cerebellar disorders, peripheral neuropathy, myopathy and contractures have been reported in rare[] As described above, the classic tetrad of the syndrome is fever, muscular rigidity, altered mental status, and dysautonomia. E.[]

  • Veratrum Album

    FEVER AND CHILL - Veratrum Album Fever and chill Chill, With extreme coldness and thirst.[] DIARRHEA worse during chill, during menses, motion. Profuse, watery, forceful. DIARRHEA WITH VOMITING, COLDNESS, PROSTRATION ( Ars ). Extremities are COLD, BLUE.[] […] with chill, then with sweat For more, click heading above.[]

  • Tetanus

    Symptoms include muscular stiffness of the jaw and neck, headache, irritability, fever, and chills.[] A 1966 article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association reports the first case of "Peripheral Neuropathy .following Tetanus Toxoid Administration."[] Management of this disorder involves a team approach and aims at eradicating focus of infection, neutralizing the toxin, controlling spasms and dysautonomia and providing[]

  • Murray Valley Encephalitis Virus

    Then headache and chills. I make you yellow with jaundice. I have two different homes to grow in. My urban life cycle hangs around houses.[] Complications include progressive neurological deterioration, parkinsonian tremor, cranial nerve palsies, peripheral neuropathy, coma, and flaccid paralysis.[]

  • Mitochondrial Disease

    , Texas: Radar Skyline view of Manhattan from Brooklyn View of Los Angeles' Hollywood Blvd Puppy cam in Denali, Alaska Kittens play on 'Dorm Cam' in Los Angeles Penguins chill[] This is the largest study to date of peripheral neuropathy in genetically- classified childhood mitochondrial disease.[] Although phenotypically variable, MD symptoms often include hypotonia, cardiac defects, dysautonomia, and metabolic dysfunction.[]

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    A 62-year-old man presented intermittent fever, chill and oliguria.[] In some cases, peripheral neuropathy may develop. GBS improves spontaneously, but the recovery period may take from several weeks to more than a year.[] Dysautonomia (hypotension, hypertension, arrhythmias, and urinary retention) occur in about 70 percent of patients.[]

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