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558 Possible Causes for Difficulty Climbing Stairs, Percussion Myotonia, Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)

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  • Myotonic Dystrophy

    Percussion myotonia or myotonia of grasp or both is usually present if looked for.[pediatrics.aappublications.org] […] raising the head when lying down difficulty holding an object firmly a shuffling gait difficulty climbing stairs or rising from a seated position Media Dr.[muscle.ca] DM2 patients less commonly require assistive devices (canes, walkers, wheelchairs, scooters) than those with DM1 although they experience increasing difficulties climbing[doi.org]

  • Muscular Dystrophy

    Myotonia (prolonged muscle contraction) occurs spontaneously or is elicited by voluntary activity or by mild stimulation, such as tapping on a muscle (percussion myotonia)[neuropathology-web.org] Symptoms may include: Progressive muscle weakness and wasting (atrophy) Waddling way of walking Difficulty climbing stairs Difficulty rising from lying or sitting Repeated[cedars-sinai.edu] […] typically elicited by percussion of the thenar eminence with a tendon hammer—‘percussion myotonia’.[doi.org]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Type 1E

    Myotonia (prolonged muscle contraction) occurs spontaneously or is elicited by voluntary activity or by mild stimulation, such as tapping on a muscle (percussion myotonia)[neuropathology-web.org] LGMD1 patients may need to use walking aids, can have difficulties climbing stairs and lose the ability to walk.[mdfgauteng.org] Symptoms that might be noticed first include frequent falls and difficulty climbing stairs, running and rising from the floor.[mda.org.au]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Generalized Myotonia of Thomsen

    On examination he showed percussion myotonia. There was no grip myotonia or eyelid myotonia. Nerve conduction studies were normal.[jnnp.bmj.com] Patients as well experience difficulties when climbing to stairs.[myotonia.com.hr] Secondary outcomes: (1) clinical relaxation time; (2) electromyographic relaxation time; (3) stair test; (4) presence of percussion myotonia; and (5) adverse events.[cochrane.org]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy

    Patients with myotonic dystrophy type 1 may present subtle myotonia and it may be necessary to search for tenar muscle percussion myotonia 15.[doi.org] climbing stairs or getting up from chairs.[sharecare.com] Examples of this include trouble standing from a sitting position without using the arms, or difficulty climbing stairs.[nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Paramyotonia Congenita

    They experience neither grip nor percussion myotonia during warm weather, whereas myotonia is provoked by cold. Her younger son has no symptoms.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Diffuse inter-episode weakness, mainly in the proximal muscles, invariably developed around the fourth to fifth decade and was slowly progressive, with difficulty in climbing[doi.org] Also of diagnostic importance are the myotonic reactions inducible at room temperature, such as percussion myotonia, active myotonia and paradoxical myotonia.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Steroid Myopathy

    Myotonia can be elicited by percussion, occurs by impaired relaxation of muscle due to repetitive depolarization of the muscle.[frontiersin.org] Her headaches are gone, but she has difficulty climbing stairs and getting up form a chair.Her blood pressure is 120/70mm Hg, pulse 82/min and respiration are 12/min.Physical[forums.studentdoctor.net] As with patients with chronic steroid-induced myopathy, patients with these diseases have difficulty rising from chairs and climbing stairs.[livestrong.com]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Arthritis

    Among adults with arthritis, six million are limited in social activities, eight million have difficulty climbing stairs, and 11 million have difficulty walking short distances[arthritis.about.com] […] with movement in general and doing any of the follow activities: Walking Climbing stairs Lifting objects Grasping or holding objects Doing intricate, detailed work, such[draxe.com] […] others, including those located in: ( 16 ) The lower back Hips Knees Feet Neck Fingers Thumb base If you suffer with osteoarthritis in one of these places, you may have difficulty[draxe.com]

    Missing: Percussion Myotonia Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Myotonia Congenita

    The diagnosis were based upon family history, clinical findings of percussion myotonia, had grip myotania, prominent muscular hypertrophy and confirmed by electromyographic[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] You might have difficulty: getting up out of a chair or bed climbing stairs starting to walk opening your eyelids after closing them Once you have been moving for a while,[healthline.com] Distribution/anatomy Time course Onset/age Myotonia is usually mild, approximately 50% may have percussion myotonia.[rrnursingschool.biz]

    Missing: Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)
  • Supination Injury

    Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: Title: Biomechanics of supination ankle sprain: a case report of an accidental injury event in the laboratory Authors: Hong, Youlian Shima, Yosuke Krosshaug, Tron Yung, Patrick Shu-Hang Chan, Kai-Ming Keywords: Ankle sprain Injury Ankle supination injury[…][dspace.lboro.ac.uk]

    Missing: Percussion Myotonia Subcortical White Matter Lesions in the Temporal Lobes (MRI)

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