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59 Possible Causes for Dropping Things, Restless Legs Syndrome, Rubral Tremor, Tinnitus

  • Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

    BACKGROUND: Currently no valid surrogate marker exists for primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS). OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to prospectively investigate multimodal evoked potentials (EPs) as markers and predictors of the disease course in PPMS. METHODS: Twenty-two PPMS patients were prospectively examined[…][]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    syndrome (RLS).[] Secondary objectives were to investigate correlations of sleep quality and daytime sleepiness (ESS), depression (HADS-D), anxiety (HADS-A), pain (HSAL), and restless legs[]

  • Anemia

    The restless legs syndrome. Prog Neurobiol. 2005; 77 (3): 139-65[ DOI ][ PubMed ] 23. Earley CJ. Clinical practice. Restless legs syndrome.[] Tinnitus This is extremely common in patients with PA and is probably due to slight nerve damage to the brain.[] leg syndrome When kids eat non-foods: Children with anemia caused by very low levels of iron in their blood may also eat strange non-food things such as ice, dirt, clay,[] In adults, ID is associated with fatigue in the absence of anemia, restless legs syndrome, pica and, in neonates, delayed growth and development.[]

    Missing: Rubral Tremor
  • Myoclonic Jerking

    legs syndrome .[] Clinical: Herpes zoster lesions of external ear and oral mucosa; severe pain in area of external auditory meatus and pinna; diminished hearing; tinnitus; vertigo, facial palsy[] This may make them drop things and look clumsy. Tonic-clonic seizures usually start a few months later.[] It may cause the eyelids to droop, the head to drop, a person may drop things or fall to the ground. Usually, the person will remain conscious.[]

    Missing: Rubral Tremor
  • Pernicious Anemia

    Restless legs syndrome. A review. Arch Intern Med. 1996;156:243-248.[] […] colors yellow and blue Fatigue Paleness Loss of hunger Altered sense of taste Confusion Depression Impaired sense of balance, especially in the dark Ringing in the ears— tinnitus[] […] or dropping things Brittle, flaky nails & Dry Skin The dry skin can be anywhere on the body Balance Problems General unsteadiness including bumping into walls (the ‘shoulder[] (ataxia), impaired fine finger movement, positive Babinski’s and Romberg’s signs, light-headedness, altered vision (diplopia, blurred vision), altered taste and hearing (tinnitus[]

    Missing: Rubral Tremor
  • Arnold Chiari Malformation

    leg syndrome Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) Increased intracranial pressure Dysphagia (difficulty swallowing) Severe cases may develop all the symptoms and signs of a bulbar[] She also continued to suffer from headaches, dizziness and tinnitus.[] things or tripping often, difficulty focusing on task, eye sight comes and goes. ¹ Please provide at least one (or more) MEDICAL reference to back your answer.[] Angela takes Jane’s advice and drops by Maura’s office, where the M.E. gushes about the elegance of numbers and the beauty of this thing.[]

    Missing: Rubral Tremor
  • Lead Poisoning

    Probable RBD is increased in Parkinson's disease but not in essential tremor or restless legs syndrome.[] […] presented with a 6-month history of various nonspecific symptoms including dizziness, fatigue, asthenia, irritability, elevated blood pressure, palpitation, eyestrain, and tinnitus[] The only thing different was the time period: Crime rates rose dramatically in the '60s through the '80s, and then began dropping steadily starting in the early '90s.[] […] canvas with his fingers, which Montes-Santiago argues is one reason he experienced problems like constipation, trembling hands, weakness of the limbs, blindness, vertigo, and tinnitus[]

    Missing: Rubral Tremor
  • Primary Orthostatic Tremor

    Restless Legs Syndrome Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is characterised by throbbing, pulling, creeping, or other unpleasant sensations in the legs and an uncontrollable, and[] […] task- and position-specific tremor), dystonic tremor, parkinsonian tremor, cerebellar tremor (often associated with multiple sclerosis), Holmes’ tremor (a.k.a. rubral tremor[] She reported bilateral tinnitus, which increased with instability, but no episodes of vertigo or hearing loss.[] Propranolol, beta-blockers and anticonsulsants are effective for essential tremor, while patients affected by Rubral tremor respond well to Levodopa and anticholinergic medications[]

    Missing: Dropping Things
  • Radiculopathy

    With the use of Restless Legs Syndrome appropriate treatment (Pramipexole 0.18 mg taken at bedtime, a dopaminergic agent and Level A recommended drug for Restless Legs Syndrome[] The patient may also have blurring of vision, tinnitus or dysphagia.[] Cervical Myelopathy and Radiculopathy Spine Hands are clumsier Handwriting is worse Harder to button your shirt Dropping things Unsteady gait Losing your sense of body consciousness[] Walters and Paisit Paueksakon, Restless legs syndrome – Theoretical roles of inflammatory and immune mechanisms, Sleep Medicine Reviews, 10.1016/j.smrv.2011.09.003, 16, 4,[]

    Missing: Rubral Tremor
  • Magnesium Deficiency

    leg syndrome, migraine, self-injurious behavior, autoimmunity, rage, bruxism, seizure, heart arrhythmia, heightened sensitivity to sensory stimuli, and an exaggerated startle[] […] infarction, arteriosclerosis), hypertension, migraine, cluster headache, cramps, neuro-vegetative disorders, abdominal pain, osteoporosis, asthma, stress dependent disorders, tinnitus[] If electrolyte balance gets disjointed, devastating things can happen.[] […] asleep) Chronic fatigue Impaired memory and cognitive function Anorexia or loss of appetite Painful muscle spasms Muscle cramping and weakness Impaired muscle coordination Tinnitus[]

    Missing: Rubral Tremor

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