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86 Possible Causes for Dysconjugate Gaze

  • Posterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion with Infarction

    gaze, slurred speech, impaired swallowing, decreased level of consciousness, and abnormal respirations.[americannursetoday.com] Peripheral vertigo may be associated with tinnitus or hearing loss ( 50 ) and typically does not present with pupillary abnormalities, dysconjugate gaze, dysmetria, motor[frontiersin.org] […] the specific stroke location, but may include hemiparesis or quadriplegia, sensory loss affecting either the hemibody (half of the body) or all four limbs, double vision, dysconjugate[americannursetoday.com]

  • Anterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion

    gaze, slurred speech, impaired swallowing, decreased level of consciousness, and abnormal respirations.[americannursetoday.com] […] the specific stroke location, but may include hemiparesis or quadriplegia, sensory loss affecting either the hemibody (half of the body) or all four limbs, double vision, dysconjugate[americannursetoday.com]

  • Prostate Rhabdomyosarcoma

    Typical presentations by the location of nonmetastatic disease are as follows: Orbit - Proptosis or dysconjugate gaze Paratesticular - Painless scrotal mass Prostate - Bladder[indiacancersurgerysite.com] Typical presentations of nonmetastatic disease, by location, are as follows: Orbit: Proptosis or dysconjugate gaze [2] Paratesticular: Painless scrotal mass Prostate: Bladder[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Polymicrogyria

    Bilateral polymicrogyria of frontoparietal cortex results in significant cognitive impairment and motor delay, seizures, cerebellar problems, and/or dysconjugate gaze.[symptoma.com] Estopia is also known as dysconjugate gaze, and is a common feature of severe static encephalopathy.[en.wikipedia.org] […] and are mostly generalised. 26– 28 Although dysconjugate gaze is common in patients with severe static encephalopathy, it may help to distinguish BFPP from other bilateral[doi.org]

  • Posterior Cerebral Artery Thrombosis

    gaze, slurred speech, impaired swallowing, decreased level of consciousness, and abnormal respirations.[americannursetoday.com] […] the specific stroke location, but may include hemiparesis or quadriplegia, sensory loss affecting either the hemibody (half of the body) or all four limbs, double vision, dysconjugate[americannursetoday.com]

  • Rhabdomyosarcoma

    Some typical presentations of RMS by location are: Orbital RMS, causing proptosis or dysconjugate gaze; or parameningeal RMS (ear, mastoid, nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses[skullbaseinstitute.com] Typical presentations of nonmetastatic disease, by location, are as follows: Orbit: Proptosis or dysconjugate gaze [2] Paratesticular: Painless scrotal mass Prostate: Bladder[emedicine.com]

  • Stroke

    gaze, slurred speech, impaired swallowing, decreased level of consciousness, and abnormal respirations.[americannursetoday.com] […] the specific stroke location, but may include hemiparesis or quadriplegia, sensory loss affecting either the hemibody (half of the body) or all four limbs, double vision, dysconjugate[americannursetoday.com]

  • Posterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion

    gaze, slurred speech, impaired swallowing, decreased level of consciousness, and abnormal respirations.[americannursetoday.com] […] the specific stroke location, but may include hemiparesis or quadriplegia, sensory loss affecting either the hemibody (half of the body) or all four limbs, double vision, dysconjugate[americannursetoday.com]

  • Obstructive Hydrocephalus

    The patient presented to the emergency department at the authors' institution with a 1-day history of projectile vomiting, lethargy, and dysconjugate gaze.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Botryoid Rhabdomyosarcoma

    Some typical presentations of RMS by location are: Orbital RMS, causing proptosis or dysconjugate gaze; or parameningeal RMS (ear, mastoid, nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses[skullbaseinstitute.com] Typical presentations of nonmetastatic disease, by location, are as follows: Orbit: Proptosis or dysconjugate gaze [2] Paratesticular: Painless scrotal mass Prostate: Bladder[emedicine.medscape.com]

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