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1,720 Possible Causes for Dizziness, feet and toes, Localized Numbness, Nystagmus, tingling fingers

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  • Hereditary ATTR Amyloidosis

    As a consequence blood pressure can drop sharply from supine to prone position (orthostatic hypotension), resulting in complaints of dizziness.[] You may experience pain, numbness or tingling of the fingers or numbness, lack of feeling or a burning sensation in your toes or the soles of your feet.[] For performance of an abdominal fat biopsy, a doctor numbs a small area of the skin in the abdomen with local anesthetic then inserts a needle into the numb area to take out[] […] rare TTR variants that cause CNS disease develop a wide range of abnormalities observed upon mental status and neurologic examination. [3] Objective findings may include nystagmus[] […] joints • Feeling sick (nausea) • Stomach pain • Feeling short of breath, cough, or other breathing problems • Headache • Chest discomfort or chest pain • Rash • Chills • Dizziness[]

  • Arnold Chiari Malformation

    Adult patients with type 1 CM, may initially present with benign paroxysmal vertigo and could be confused as a trivial benign positional vertigo.[] Your child may have one or all of these symptoms: Headache; feeling dizzy Neck pain Extreme tiredness Loss of vision Tingling in fingers and toes Nausea; trouble swallowing[] Then asked me if I had neck pain and localized headaches in the back of my head...yes.[] Eye movement recordings in two patients with Arnold-Chiari malfomation type 1 showed, in addition to downbeat and gaze evoked nystagmus, intermittent nystagmus of skew.[] The dizziness and headaches may cause blurred vision that leaves you unable to handle sedentary tasks and complete paperwork.[]

  • Labyrinth Disorder

    Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) or positional vertigo is a brief, intense episode of vertigo that occurs because of[] […] in the fingers, hands and arms, tinnitus, sleep apnea.[] In transtympanic ECOG, a local anesthetic is used to numb the eardrum and needle electrodes are placed through the drum until they touch the wall of the inner ear.[] The patient may not be able to stand with their feet together (Romberg test) and remain still, nor are the able to perform a more difficult test of having the feet heel-to-toe[] Symptoms of purulent labyrinthitis include Severe vertigo and nystagmus Nausea and vomiting Tinnitus Varying degrees of hearing loss Pain and fever are common.[]

  • Lupus Cerebritis

    Symptoms can include mild to severe headaches, dizziness, involuntary movements, seizures, stroke, or dementia.[] Raynaud’s can also cause pain, numbness, or tingling in fingers and/or toes.[] First, your doctor numbs the skin on your back near the kidneys with a local anesthetic.[] […] report a 28-year-old patient with systemic lupus erythematosus who had persistent fever for 3 months, and developed within a few hours motor and sensory aphasia, rotator nystagmus[] The serious problems caused because of inflammation include headaches, seizures, vision problems, dizziness, behavior changes and even stroke.[]

  • Hyperventilation

    […] compared with patients who did not suffer from dizziness.[] They may suffer less extreme initial effects, such as tingling fingers and toes, tunnel vision, loss of hearing and nausea.[] […] and toes (carpopedal spasms).[] This is distinct from patients with smaller lesions who have a fast-phase nystagmus toward the tumor's side.[] Symptoms can include: Numbness in the hands, feet, and mouth A tingling sensation in the fingers or toes Overwhelming feelings of panic Chest pain Light-headedness Inability[]

    Missing: Localized Numbness
  • Meniere's Disease

    This prospective study showed that MIVN improved dizziness and anxiety in these patients.[] This puts pressure on hearing and balance nerves and can result in vertigo, off balance feelings, loss of hearing, fullness, ringing, tingling sensations… inflammation can[] In an outpatient surgical center setting using intravenous sedation, a local anesthetic is used to numb the ear canal and the eardrum.[] Periodic alternating nystagmus is a rare central nervous system disorder in which the eyes undergo a horizontal jerk nystagmus that periodically reverses direction.[] […] vertigo is accompanied by any of the following signs or symptoms: severe headache, double vision, speech impairment, leg or arm weakness, loss of consciousness, numbness or tingling[]

    Missing: feet and toes
  • Transient Ischemic Attack

    […] of dizziness (there’s always one that predominates): Syncope / pre‐syncope: feeling of passing out Vertigo: hallucination of rotation or linear movement; spinning Disequilibrium[] TIA symptoms may include: Numbness, tingling, or weakness on one side of your body (in your face, arm, or leg) Trouble talking or understanding others Sudden confusion Change[] , temporary loss of speech or slurred speech, and localized weakness of… Read More[] Call 911 Call right away if you have any of these: Weakness, tingling, or loss of feeling on 1 side of your face or body Sudden double vision, or trouble seeing in 1 or both[] […] or stroke include: Sudden severe headache Sudden loss of or blurred vision in one or both eyes Trouble walking, talking or understanding Difficulty swallowing Weakness, tingling[]

    Missing: feet and toes
  • Neuropathy

    Get up slowly after sitting or lying down, especially if you feel dizzy. Take extra care in the kitchen and shower.[] A 42-year-old man was referred for left wrist drop, finger drop and a tingling sensation over the lateral dorsum of the left hand.[] This can cause tingling, numbness, and/or burning in the toes or fingers.[] Proper foot care Examine your feet and legs daily. Care for you nails regularly. Apply lotion if your feet are dry (but not between the toes).[] Gaze-evoked nystagmus is common. All patients have gait ataxia and the majority have lower limb ataxia.[]

  • Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency

    Abstract As isolated symptoms, vertigo, dizziness and imbalance are not regarded by neurologists as reflections of transient ischemia in the vertebrobasilar circulation.[] These symptoms may include: Loss of vision in part or all of both eyes Double vision Vertigo (spinning sensation) Numbness or tingling Nausea and vomiting Slurred speech Loss[] Call 911 or your local emergency number, or get to the emergency room if you have any symptoms of a vertebrobasilar circulatory disorder.[] An abnormal positional nystagmus was observed when he rotated his head to the left.[] Benin Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) Meniere’s disease Neuronitis or vestibular neuritis Labyrinthitis Dehiscence of the superior canal Cervical dizziness Perilymphatic[]

    Missing: feet and toes
  • Essential Thrombocythemia

    A total of 31 (79.5%) patients experienced momelotinib-related adverse events (AEs), the most frequent being headache (23.1%), dizziness (18.0%), somnolence (15.4%), nausea[] […] a burning and tingling sensation.[] The bone marrow sample is taken under a local anaesthetic. You are given an injection to numb the area, and a needle is passed gently through the skin and into the bone.[] Symptoms include dizziness, easy bruising, headache, bloody stools, numbness of the hands or feet, ulcers on the toes or fingers, nosebleeds, prolonged bleeding after surgery[] Causes - Hemorrhagic thrombocythemia (Essential Thrombocythemia) * Anemia * Central nervous system ischemia * Coughing up blood * Deep vein thrombosis * Dizziness * Enlarged[]

    Missing: Nystagmus

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