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32 Possible Causes for Decreased Cremasteric Reflex

  • Lumbosacral Plexus Disorder

    International Classification of Diseases, 10 th Revision • See below for any additional coding requirements that may be necessary. • Check for any notations, inclusions and/or exclusions that are specific to this ICD 10 code before using 1 No additional coding requirements necessary. See also ICD 10 code for Related[…][]

  • Spinal Paralytic Poliomyelitis

    Seite 11 - ... a disadvantage for a given individual, resulting from an impairment or a disability, that limits or prevents the fulfilment of a role that is normal (depending on age, sex, and social and cultural factors) for that individual. ‎ Seite 310 - Brothers, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But[…][]

  • Cauda Equina Syndrome

    A 25-year old man presented with chronic low back pain for about 5 years due to mild congenital lumbar kyphosis (L1-L3 25 with congenital posterior wedge vertebra L2). Preoperative neurologic examination was normal. After posterior spinal fusion and instrumentation with moderate curve correction, the patient[…][]

  • Lumbar Plexus Neoplasm

    Ronald Brisman, M.D. This book will discuss three areas where the The multiplicity of procedures with varying neurosurgeon may provide an important degrees of risks and benefits sometimes re contribution to the relief of intractable pain: quires a sequential approach, but always an trigeminal and other facial[…][]

  • Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor

    Postoperative cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leakage is a major clinical problem, and prevention of CSF leakage at the surgical site is an important issue. The goal of the study was to evaluate the efficacy of intraoperative lumbar subarachnoid drainage (LSAD) for prevention of CSF leakage after spinal cord tumor[…][]

  • Motor Neuron Disease

    Senataxin (SETX) is a DNA-RNA helicase whose C-terminal region shows homology to the helicase domain of the yeast protein Sen1p. Genetic discoveries have established the importance of SETX for neural function, as recessive mutations in the SETX gene cause Ataxia with Oculomotor Apraxia type 2 (AOA2) (OMIM:[…][]

  • Testicular Torsion

    Testicular torsion, or more probably impending testicular infarction , can also produce a low-grade fever. [5] There is often an absent or decreased cremasteric reflex . [[] During the physical exam, the physician will look for: Swelling of the testes Tenderness of the testes Decreased/absent cremasteric reflex The diagnostic tests for Testicular[] Decrease or absence of cremasteric reflex is the most sensitive sign (approaching near 100%).[]

  • Chronic Malaria

    :preserved• Muscle tone : May be Increased/ Decreased• Tendon reflexes : Variable, Plantars : Equivocal.[] Abdominal & cremasteric reflexes are absent• Fundus : Retinal hemorrhages, discreet spots of retinal opacification, papilledema, cotton wool spots 6. • Convulsions :In children[] MALARIA• Coma is characteristic and ominous feature of falciparum malaria• Manifests as diffuse encephalopathy• No signs of meningeal irritation• Eyes : divergent, Corneal reflexes[]

  • Epididymitis

    reflex intact Prehn's sign decrease in pain with scrotal elevation Imaging Ultrasound indications to rule out testicular torsion findings enlarged and thick epididymis increased[] reflex, increased pain with elevation of scrotum Decreased or absent blood flow on color Doppler Torsion of appendix testis Sudden onset of scrotal pain Blue-dot sign (bluish[] […] testicular pain and often unilateral lower abdominal pain urinary frequency or urgency urinary dysuria Physical exam fever testicular erythema, tenderness, and induration cremasteric[]

  • Cryptorchidism

    An exaggerated cremasteric reflex can simulate cryptorchidism.[] The effect of surgical correction, decreasing the risk of malignancy is controversial but it does allow for easier examination 7 , and - hopefully - earlier detection.[]

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