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14 Possible Causes for drop attack, Hypothyroidism, Triphasic Waves

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  • Hypothyroidism

    This means that if you’re already on thyroid treatment, your dose may need to be increased, and if your free T4 levels have been normal, they may drop a bit for the first[] On this page: What is hypothyroidism? What is the thyroid? What causes hypothyroidism? What are the symptoms of hypothyroidism? Who is likely to develop hypothyroidism?[] Hypothyroidism occurs worldwide.[]

  • Hashimoto Thyroiditis

    […] review, this is the first reported case of reactive thrombocytosis due to Hashimoto's thyroiditis and/or subclinical hypothyroidism.[] These antibodies can attack the thyroid gland, as well as the thyroid receptors on your cells.[] We report a case of acute mania associated with hypothyroidism resulting from HT.[]

  • Hyperthyroidism

    Cases of conversion from hyperthyroidism to hypothyroidism have been reported but conversion from hypothyroidism to hyperthyroidism is very rare.[] At the same time, levels of TSI, the antibodies that attack the thyroid, increase systemically throughout the circulatory system.[] Hypothyroid women had increased mortality risks for diabetes mellitus (HR   1.58 [CI 1.03-2.41], 27 cases in hypothyroid women), cardiovascular disease (HR   1.20 [CI 1.01[]

  • Torsades De Pointes

    TdP patients showed a higher prevalence of notched T waves in which T2 was at least 3 mm taller than T1 (45.0% vs 1.3%, P .001), triphasic T waves (30.0% vs 1.3%, P .001),[] Any more could drop blood pressure & stroke patient. In my case, Zomig as well as Hydralazine caused severe Torsades attacks.[] This is a very rare case of severe primary hypothyroidism presenting with torsades de pointes.[]

  • Delirium

    He was found to have central hypothyroidism and hypoadrenalism leading to the diagnosis of hypopituitarism.[] […] benzodiazepines, opioids), anticholinergics, dopaminergics, steroids, Polypharmacy General anesthetic Substance intoxication or withdrawal Primary neurologic diseases Severe drop[] EEG patterns were classified into five categories: normal, theta, delta, triphasic waves (TW), or suppression.[]

  • Uncinate Seizure

    BALTIC MYOCLONUS Epi: Gen: Ar Loc: Purkinje cell MoA: atrophy, myoclonic seizures NON-SEIZURES TOXIC METABOLIC ENCEPHALOPATHY (1/2 HEPATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY) Triphasic waves[] […] injury Dementia, depression, staring, automatism, tremor None NCSE/CP None None Recovery 15 57 M Acute hepatic encephalopathy, alcoholic Automatism at right arm None NCSE/CP Hypothyroidism[] Seizures Consciousness: awareness or responsiveness to external stimuli ... of limb or slumping to the ground; Drop attack; Ddx: brainstem ischaemia, narcolepsy.[]

  • Panayiotopoulos Syndrome

    JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY ;123:509. 51 2009 Genome rearrangements in patients with blepharophimosis, mental retardation and hypothyroidism, so-called Young-Simpson[] Atypical evolutions with absences, atonic seizures and intellectual deterioration are exceptional; only two cases have been previously reported.[] The awake record showed 3-4 Hz, 400-500 μV biphasic and at times triphasic sharp waves and spikes in the posterior head region bilaterally.[]

  • Benign Adult Familial Myoclonic Epilepsy

    […] strings, amniotic bands Angeborene Hypothyreose ( 1 Files ) Erkrankung : Angeborene Hypothyreose ICD 10: E03.0 with diffuse goiter E03.1 without goiter Synonyme : CH, neonatal hypothyroidism[] Atonic seizures: “Atonic” refers to a loss of posture.[] His EEG shows prominent triphasic sharp waves in the centro-parietal region, occurring independently bilaterally, and temporal sharp waves.[]

  • Huntington Disease-Like 2

    The characteristic electroencephalogram (EEG) features seen in sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) (i.e, generalized bi- or triphasic periodic sharp wave complexes) are[] […] frontotemporal dementia ( G31.09 ) hepatolenticular degeneration ( E83.0 ) human immunodeficiency virus [HIV] disease ( B20 ) Huntington's disease ( G10 ) hypercalcemia ( E83.52 ) hypothyroidism[] Recently, recurrent drop attacks with frequent falls in the absence of EEG abnormalities have been reported. [49] Chorea may improve or resolve in adulthood; however, it may[]

  • Familial Dyskinesia and Facial Myokymia

    […] gene Deletion and duplication analysis - 2.3 TSHR Hyperthyroidism, nonautoimmune Sequencing of all coding exons of the gene Deletion and duplication analysis - 2.3 TSHR Hypothyroidism[] Recently, recurrent drop attacks with frequent falls in the absence of EEG abnormalities have been reported. [49] Chorea may improve or resolve in adulthood; however, it may[] Non-epileptic head drops Non-epileptic head drops can occur in infants and may mimic epileptic spasms or atonic seizures .[]

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