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1,737 Possible Causes for Cold Feet, Seizure

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  • Common Cold

    Children with seizure disorders were excluded because of the reported association of camphor with seizures, particularly after ingestions of toxic amounts. 13 Finally, subjects[] Cold feet is Amer.Eng., 1890s, but the presumed It. original ( avegh minga frecc i pee ) is a Lombard proverb meaning "to have no money."[] Acute cooling of the feet and the onset of common cold symptoms. Family Practice 2005; 22: 608–613.[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    Postoperatively the patient demonstrated both generalized and focal seizure activity.[] Physical symptoms include fatigue, headaches, dizziness, fainting, convulsions, irregular heartbeat, sweating and cold hands or feet.[] Severe hypoglycemia eventually lead to glucose deprivation of the central nervous system resulting in hunger; sweating; paresthesia; impaired mental function; seizures; coma[]

  • Hyponatremia

    Post-transplant seizures are uncommon in young kidney transplant recipients but can be harbingers of devastating outcomes such as cerebral edema and death.[] […] and blotchy-looking hands and feet Once the dehydration has been treated your child will need to maintain their fluid levels.[] PURPOSE: To evaluate the safety of eslicarbazepine acetate (ESL) in new onset elderly poststroke seizure patients, especially with respect to hyponatremia.[]

  • Coxsackievirus Infection

    Febrile seizures may occur in children. Seizures are less common in adults, although adults may complain of fatigue that lasts for weeks after the meningitis resolves.[] Symptoms include fever, child, headache, nausea, vomiting, neck pain, and seizures. Encephalitis.[] Coxsackie is a common enterovirus, second only to rhinovirus (also known as the common cold). There are 23 Coxsackie type A viruses and six Coxsackie type B viruses.[]

  • Pneumonia

    ., during a seizure or while intoxicated) could vomit and then inhale stomach contents and bacteria into the lungs and develop pneumonia.[] Germs and viruses that cause the flu, common cold, or bacterial infections are contagious and can lead to pneumonia. Who is most likely to get pneumonia?[] A depressed gag reflex, such as from alcohol intoxication, overdose, head injury, stroke or seizure increases the risk of aspiration pneumonia [3].[]

  • Febrile Convulsions

    Complex febrile convulsions are defined by the presence of prolonged seizures, partial seizures and multiple seizures occurring during the same day.[] In most cases, febrile seizures are associated with an illness, such as an upper respiratory infection (e.g. common cold, ear infection, roseola).[] Early symptoms are: leg pains, cold hands and feet, pallor or mottled skin. [ 11 ] Establish whether it was a febrile seizure.[]

  • Alcohol Withdrawal

    seizures and the development of delirium tremens.[] . * Allergic reactions * Mood changes * Body rashes * Cold hands and feet * Problems with breathing. * Swelling on the body. * Headaches Some of these side effects are rare[] The topic of alcohol withdrawal syndrome (AWS), including delirium tremens and especially seizures, is reviewed.[]

  • Stroke

    Twenty patients (40%) had a single seizure, and most seizures (34, or 68%) were simple partial seizures or partial seizures with 2 generalization.[] The pain is often worse in the hands and feet and is made worse by movement and temperature changes, especially cold temperatures.[] We report an event in which a seizure and stroke occurred together and consider that the stroke may have been caused by seizure-induced demand ischaemia.[]

  • Meningitis

    We report a rare case of large frontal sinus osteoma with intracranial extension, associated with meningitis and the development of seizures.[] […] hands and feet.[] Patient has remained seizure free.[]

  • Acute Kidney Failure

    This can cause both neurological and cardiac complications, such as seizures, coma, arrhythmia and hypotension, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians.[] Beigel -- The common cold / Ronald B. Turner -- Respiratory syncytial virus / Edward E. Walsh -- Parainfluenza viral disease / Geoffrey A. Weinberg and Kathryn M.[] ., alcohol, cocaine) Seizure Traumatic crush injury Hypercalcemia (high level of calcium in the blood) caused by the following: Deposition of calcium in tissue Vasoconstriction[]

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