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1,260 Possible Causes for Drop Attacks, Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia, Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension

  • Syncope

    Abstract Glossopharyngeal neuralgia is a rare pain syndrome presenting with paroxysms of pain in the region of the glossopharyngeal nerve.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] However, a syncopal episode associated with normal sinus rhythm may be due to several disorders such as orthostatic hypotension, vasovagal or carotid sinus reflexes, or even[omicsonline.org] It has many causes, and is distinct from vertigo, seizures, coma, falls, psychogenic pseudosyncope, drop attacks, transient ischaemic attacks, and states of altered consciousness[bestpractice.bmj.com]

  • Micturition Syncope

    ., coughing, sneezing, defecating, micturition, postmicturition) Glossopharyngeal and trigeminal neuralgia Cardiac Mechanical or structural Valvular disease, particularly[aafp.org] Syncope is usually not recurrent; however, recurrent micturition syncope has been reported with bladder neck obstruction, severe chronic orthostatic hypotension, and paroxysmal[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Differential diagnosis of Blackouts • Syncope • Epilepsy • Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures •Cataplexy  Drop attack • Transient CSF obstruction • Transient ischaemic attack[slideshare.net]

  • Carotid Sinus Syncope

    View Article Google Scholar Kim SS, Lal R, Ruffy R: Bradycardia and vasodepressor syncope secondary to glossopharyngeal neuralgia from hypopharyngeal tumour.[head-face-med.biomedcentral.com] Syncope Deglutitional Syncopes Drop Attack Drop Attacks Effort Syncope Effort Syncopes Episode, Syncopal Fainting Hyperventilation Syncope Hyperventilation Syncopes Micturition[decs.bvs.br] ., Conoyer, J.M. (1982) “Glossopharyngeal neuralgia-asystole syndrome secondary to parapharyngeal space lesions,” Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery,” 90 16-19. 13.[ibimapublishing.com]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Atypical Absence Seizure

    (pain originating from the trigeminal nerve in the face) and trigeminal neuralgia due to multiple sclerosis, idiopathic glossopharyngeal neuralgia (severe pain in the tongue[toptierdistribution.com] Atonic seizures (astatic seizures) In this type of seizure there is sudden loss of muscle tone causing the head or a limb to drop and the patient falls as a heap on the floor[news-medical.net] Tegretol prolonged-release Tablets throughout this leaflet Tegretol CR 200 is used to control neuropathic (nerve) pain, including idiopathic (of unknown cause) trigeminal neuralgia[wantedtransformation.ro]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Orthostatic Hypotension

    A 71-year-old man, who was diagnosed with familial amyloidosis type I, was admitted for treatment of severe orthostatic hypotension associated with recurrent syncopal attacks[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] OH is defined specifically as a 20mmHg drop in systolic, and/or a 10mmHg drop in diastolic BP within 3 min of standing.[clinicaltrials.gov] Abstract A 60-year-old male with recurrent syncopal attacks presented with orthostatic hypotension on the head-up tilt test.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia
  • Vasovagal Syncope

    These include micturition syncope (fainting during or after urination), glossopharyngeal neuralgia (fainting due to inflammation and pain in a particular nerve to the mouth[webmd.com] It has many causes, and is distinct from vertigo, seizures, coma, falls, psychogenic pseudosyncope, drop attacks, transient ischaemic attacks, and states of altered consciousness[bestpractice.bmj.com] neuralgia and syncope Visceral syncope (micturition, deglutition, gastrointestinal or bronchial trauma or distention) Emotional (fear, disgust, pain, anxiety) syncope Neurocardiogenic[mc.vanderbilt.edu]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Orthostatic Syncope

    Glossopharyngeal neuralgia.[patient.info] Although symptom recurrence on follow-up was lower in patients with more severe orthostatic hypotension, the clinical significance of this finding needs to be further defined[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] attacks), and vertigo.[rcemlearning.co.uk]

  • Neuralgia

    There are several other tests your doctor can use to identify the cause of your glossopharyngeal neuralgia as well.[sharecare.com] I dropped to my knees. The excruciating, electric-like pain attacked the left side of my face—my teeth, my gums, my cheek, my jaw.[healdove.com] Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia Treatments Medications Medications can provide relief to patients with glossopharyngeal neuralgia, but many people require increasing doses, which[upmc.com]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Adams-Stokes Syndrome

    Family history of migraines common Glossopharyngeal or Trigeminal Neuralgia 36 Swallowing is common trigger w/ glossopharyngeal neuralgia.[ahcmedia.com] Drop attacks. Transient ischaemic attack. Syncope due to hypoperfusion - eg, due to hypovolaemia. Management Reversible causes such as drug toxicity should be addressed.[patient.info] A drop attack with third degree AV block is called a "Stokes Adams" attack, and is often associated with bizarre wide inverted T-waves.[hqmeded-ecg.blogspot.com]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Brain Stem Disorder

    , hemifacial spasm and glossopharyngeal neuralgia.[neurosurgery.pitt.edu] University of Pittsburgh faculty over the past four decades, the Center for Cranial Nerve and Brainstem Disorders is the international leader in the management of trigeminal neuralgia[neurosurgery.pitt.edu]

    Missing: Severe Recurrent Orthostatic Hypotension