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1,350 Possible Causes for Diplopia, Motor Symptoms

  • Transient Ischemic Attack

    Ay et al 25 87 Yes 73 (13) 53 36 (41) 74 (85) None Crisostomo et al 7 78 NR 67 (15) 55 16 (21) NR Motor symptoms ( P 0.027), aphasia ( P 0.005), duration 60 min Cucchiara[] […] with those with HLH and diplopia (median 2 [interquartile range 2-3] versus 3 [2-4] and 4 [2-5], respectively; P   .005).[] Variables With Possible Influence on Diagnostic Accuracy Sex Age, y Risk Factors Diagnostic Confidence* Symptoms Final Diagnosis n M F 70 70 Yes No Certain Probable Motor[]

  • Conversion Disorder

    Applicable To Conversion disorder with abnormal movement Conversion disorder with speech symptoms Conversion disorder with swallowing symptoms Conversion disorder with weakness[] […] unresponsiveness may occur resembling fainting (syncope) or coma Sensory symptoms altered, reduced or absent skin sensations blindness, or altered/reduced vision double vision (diplopia[] […] disturbance in normal neurologic functioning exist that are not referable to an organic medical or neurologic cause. [2] Common examples of conversion symptoms include blindness, diplopia[]

  • Hysterical Neurosis

    Are functional motor and sensory symptoms really more frequent on the left?[] […] disturbance in normal neurologic functioning exist that are not referable to an organic medical or neurologic cause. [2] Common examples of conversion symptoms include blindness, diplopia[] Monocular diplopia or polyopia may be functional but can be caused by ocular pathology.[]

  • Basilar Migraine

    When motor symptoms are present, code as 1.2.3 Hemiplegic migraine.[] The basilar-type aura had a median duration of 60 minutes and comprised vertigo 61%, dysarthria 53%, tinnitus 45%, diplopia 45%, bilateral visual symptoms 40%, bilateral paresthesias[] The basilar-type aura comprised diplopia 52%, vertigo 43%, tinnitus 43%, bilateral visual symptoms 39%, hypacusia 26%, ataxia 26%, dysarthria 22%, bilateral paresthesias 13%[]

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Surgery went on without other intercurrences being patient transferred to the PACU where she evolved with neurological symptoms compatible with inebriation.[] The symptoms improved after forced diuresis, but 5.5 h later progression was observed, and the patient developed diplopia and dysphagia in addition to her initial symptoms[] Actual levels required to cause given symptoms vary with tolerance, but in typical users 20 to 50 mg/dL: Tranquility, mild sedation, and some decrease in fine motor coordination[]

  • Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

    All these non-motor symptoms in PSP mimicked those of multiple system atrophy.[] We report the case of a 75-year-old ex-professional boxer who developed diplopia and eye movement abnormalities in his 60's followed by memory impairment, low mood and recurrent[] Objective: To review the cognitive and behavioral features of the different atypical parkinsonian syndromes in which motor symptoms dominate early clinical symptomology: multiple[]

  • Classic Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Syndrome

    Motor symptoms appear later in the course of the disease.[] Convergent eye movements are often impaired, and convergence insufficiency may produce episodic diplopia at near distances.[] Motor symptoms come first and always precede cognitive changes. The progression of the disease is slow between 5 to 10 years.[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    This could affect your ability to operate machinery or a motor vehicle.[] It may also present with transient hemiplegia, hypothermia or hyperthermia, convulsions, diplopia and strabismus [ 9 ].[] Falls Injuries Motor vehicle accidents Hypoglycemia unawareness Over time, repeated episodes of hypoglycemia can lead to hypoglycemia unawareness.[]

  • Substance Abuse Problems

    Poor motor coordination. In particular, individuals with a history of panic attacks are more likely to have these symptoms triggered with marijuana use.[] For instance, marijuana use can lead to symptoms that mimic that of a panic attack, such as: A racing heart. Difficulty breathing. Lightheadedness.[]

  • Strabismus

    , despite a low motor success rate by standard criteria.[] KEYWORDS: Central fusion disruption; diplopia; horror fusionis; intractable diplopia; strabismus surgery[] However, one of the complications of cosmetic strabismus surgery is persistent diplopia.[]

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