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118 Possible Causes for Dizziness, Headache, Optic Disc Drusen

  • Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

    Among audiovestibular symptoms, tinnitus and dizziness are commonly reported, while vertigo and hearing impairment are infrequent reports.[] Common causes of headache in the puerperium are migraine headache and tension headache; other causes include pre-eclampsia/eclampsia, post-dural puncture headache, cortical[] .  Pseudopapilloedema – Congenital, harmatoma, mylinated nerve fibers, drusen – Serial examinations – Optic disc drusen  Defect in axonal metabolism  1-2% of population[]

  • Papilledema

    However, many of the symptoms of papilledema (such as blurry vision and dizziness) may overlap with the symptoms of a panic attack or anxiety disorder.[] Abstract Headaches associated with papilledema may be both life-threatening as well as vision-threatening.[] However, only three adolescent patients with Joubert Syndrome were diagnosed with optic disc drusen.[]

  • Intracranial Hypertension

    Undiagnosed patients may present to otolaryngologists with pulsatile tinnitus, dizziness, sleep apnea, and spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid leaks.[] Headache. 1992 Feb;32(2):84-94. Review. PubMed PMID: 1551793. Askmark H, Lundberg PO, Olsson S. Drug-related headache . Headache. 1989 Jul;29(7):441-4.[] .  Pseudopapilloedema – Congenital, harmatoma, mylinated nerve fibers, drusen – Serial examinations – Optic disc drusen  Defect in axonal metabolism  1-2% of population[]

  • Acoustic Neuritis

    Vertigo or Dizziness? They do differ slightly. Please view the links below for more information. Vertigo & Dizziness Common Causes What is Vertigo? What is Dizziness?[] The tension headaches are a bear, but slowly getting better. Are you also having headaches?[] disc drusen syndrome Nanophthalmia NAO syndrome NAPS12 Narcolepsy-cataplexy Narcolepsy type 1 Narcolepsy type 2 Narcolepsy without cataplexy NARP syndrome Nasal dermoid cyst[]

  • Disorder of Refraction and Accommodation

    Dalziel JE, Fraser K, Young W, Lloyd-West CM, Bassett SA, Roy NC [Misdiagnosis and associated costs of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo].[] Other symptoms may include double vision, haziness, glare or halos around bright lights, squinting, headaches, or eye strain.[] NERVE AND VISUAL PATHWAYS Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy — genetic disorder; loss of central vision Optic disc drusen — globules progressively calcify in the optic disc[]

  • Disorder of the Globe

    The most commonly reported adverse events were somnolence, dizziness and fatigue.[] Headache. 2005;45:389-91. Haque TL, Miki Y, Kashii S, et al. Dynamic MR imaging in Tolosa-Hunt syndrome. Eur J Radiol. 2004;51:209-17.[] […] hereditary optic neuropathy ( 377.2 ) Other disorders of optic disc ( 377.21 ) Drusen of optic disc ( 377.22 ) Crater-like holes of optic disc ( 377.23 ) Coloboma of optic[]

  • Panhypopituitarism

    She presented with severe headaches, generalized fatigue, dizziness, hypotension, difficulties with balance and coordination, polyuria, and polydipsia.[] She had headache, vision disturbance, polyuria, polydipsia, hypernatremia, diabetes insipidus and a pituitary lesion with findings compatible with apoplexy.[] One study found that 90% of individuals have optic disk drusen by ultrasonography.[]

  • Optic Disc Drusen

    […] and VFDs Headaches Not associated with ONHD If present are described as worse upon awakening &/or postural changes Neurological Symptoms Not associated with ONHD Tinnitus, vertigo[] The headache, diplopia, and esodeviation resolved after the lumbar puncture.[] optic disc drusen.[]

  • CINCA Syndrome

    The development of vertigo during this treatment has been reported particularly in MWS patients with sensorineural deafness.[] Migraine headache Migraine headaches The NLRP3 gene provides instructions for making a protein called cryopyrin.[] The stability of the optic disc elevation over time was one of the criteria for diagnosis of pseudopapilledema.[]

  • Whipple Disease

    A 58-year-old man with dizziness and unsteady gait had a 10-year history of behavioral change, impotence, and a progressive peripheral neuropathy.[] We report a 54-year-old woman who presented subacutely with fever, headache, and seizures that led to a diagnosis of infectious meningoencephalitis.[] Fundus examination revealed optic disc drusen and posterior vitreous detachments in both eyes.[]

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