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1,151 Possible Causes for Cold Feet, Seizure

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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    The patient developed seizures as a result of three brain abscesses, one of which is shown.[] Of infants who are hospitalized with pertussis, approximately 50% have apnea, 20% develop pneumonia, 1% have seizures, 1% die, and 0.3% have encephalopathy. [ 28 ] Recovery[] The patient went on to full recovery, but not before developing seizures as a result of three brain abscesses, one of which is shown in Figure 6.[]

  • Influenza

    We present a case involving an 85-year-old man with acute confusion and new onset seizure following a 1-week history of respiratory prodrome.[] We report two young siblings who developed fever and seizures with altered mental status.[] Seven patients (70%) had seizures at initial presentation, and six of them had status epilepticus.[]

  • Sinusitis

    If you experiences personality changes, headache, neck stiffness, high fever, altered consciousness, visual problems, seizures, or rash on the body, infection may have spread[] In extreme cases, the patient may experience mild personality changes, headache, altered consciousness, visual problems, seizures, coma, and possibly death. [12] Sinus infection[]

  • Meningitis

    A patient with a 30-year history of RA, well controlled with methotrexate therapy, presented with new-onset seizures.[] […] hands and feet.[] Two hours prior to admission, he developed epileptic seizures. Brain computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging showed intracerebral malacic lesions.[]

  • Febrile Convulsions

    Complex febrile convulsions are defined by the presence of prolonged seizures, partial seizures and multiple seizures occurring during the same day.[] Early symptoms are: leg pains, cold hands and feet, pallor or mottled skin. [ 11 ] Establish whether it was a febrile seizure.[] […] in probands during childhood and the seizure risk in their offspring.[]

  • Gaucher Disease

    Patients with this type may present at birth or during infancy with increased tone, seizures, strabismus, and organomegaly.[] Fatigue prolonged bleeding fever, chills, sweating seizure developmental delay Orthopaedics Bone fractures/osteomyelitis joint pain/contractures bone necrosis/ osteonecrosis[] Type 2 GD patients suffer significant progressive neurological impairment, including spasticity, opisthotonus, seizure, and apnea.[]

  • Cocaine Abuse

    The results demonstrate that hygrine and cuscohygrine are not found neither in the urine of cocaine abusers nor in cocaine seizures.[] […] sweats, tremors , twitching of small muscles (especially of the eyes and other face muscles, fingers, feet ), and muscle jerks.[] Unsuspected cocaine abuse is common and may provoke prolonged status epilepticus, particularly if there is a low seizure threshold.[]

  • Echovirus Infection

    Symptoms include lethargy, drowsiness, personality changes, seizures, paresis, and coma.[] […] full-term boy appropriate for his gestational age was born via caesarian section to a 26-year-old G 1 P 0 Latin American woman who had a medical history of a well-controlled seizure[] Pharyngitis and other symptoms of upper respiratory tract infection are often present. [ 8 ] Complications such as febrile seizures, lethargy, coma, and movement disorders[]

  • Dimercaprol

    Support CV and respiratory status; control seizures with diazepam.[] Dimercaprol has been shown to induce seizure in animal studies and also is nephrotoxic. absorption After intra-muscular injection. half life The drug has a short half life[] […] of the face, lips, or tongue Pain or tightness in the chest, hands or throat Fast, irregular heartbeat Fever High blood pressure Irritation, pain at site where injected Seizures[]

  • Cholinergic Crisis

    Other symptoms include a slow heartbeat, difficulty breathing, muscle weakness or paralysis, and seizure or coma.[] If the offending agent penetrates the blood brain barrier the victim will become agitated, could hallucinate, experience seizure, or if untreated, hastily decline into coma[] It can also be considered in the management of a recovering TCA overdose but not in the acute management as you will precipitate seizures.[]

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