paralysis (3) bilateral symptoms (4) no fever (5) clear sensorium (6) lack of sensory findings Food-borne toxin absorbed from small intestine home-canned fruit and vegetable … […] food-borne botulism wound botulism infant intestinal botulism adult intestinal botulism inhalational botulism iatrogenic botulism CLINICAL FEATURES (1) cranial neuropathies (2) descending … paralysis, from the muscles of the upper extremities and trunk, descending toward the lower extremities and feet.
Note that, in many cases, descendingparalysis may be absent. … The clinical presentation is significant for descendingparalysis, acute hypotonia, lethargy, ptosis, and other neurologic manifestations. … The clinical manifestations of infant botulism include descendingparalysis, constipation (which may precede other symptoms), hypotonia, lethargy, weak sucking, weak crying
It can be associated with: Guillain–Barré syndrome (another name for this condition is Landry's ascending paralysis) Tick paralysis Ascending paralysis contrasts with descending … paralysis, which occurs in conditions such as botulism.