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18 Possible Causes for Dysgeusia, Olfactory Hallucination, Rarely Malignant

  • Uncinate Seizure

    And – Good prognosis; rare malignant transformation (0.5–3%) 16. Oral lesions of lichen planus usually appear as: a. White striae. *** بقع بيضاءwhicham striae b.[worlddentalnetwork.com] Olfactory hallucination are caused by temporal seizures (uncinate fits) but may also be caused by schizophrenia or depression can be caused by temporal lobe hamartoma, mesial[prod.wiki.cns.org] Elderly patients sometimes develop obscurely originated dysgeusia that can cause anorexia and loss of weight.[arquivosdeorl.org.br]

  • Benzodiazepine Withdrawal

    Since discontinuation of benzodiazepine has been known to rarely trigger a neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS), he was diagnosed as having NMS.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] a human head - but auditory, olfactory and tactile hallucinations can also occur.[benzo.org.uk] Anatomic lesions affecting midbrain and brainstem structures, as well as rare cases of nonconvulsive status epilepticus, can simulate NMS and are considered in the differential[doi.org]

  • Subacute Combined Degeneration of Spinal Cord

    CONCLUSIONS: A paraneoplastic etiology of SCD is rare but should be considered in patients with normal studies for common causes.[neurology.org] Irritation of a temporal lobe may lead to auditory or olfactory hallucinations.[britannica.com] To our knowledge, this is first case reported in non-GI malignancies. Presence of IgM gammopathy suggests immune mediated pathogenesis. Disclosure: Dr.[neurology.org]

  • Brain Stem Disorder

    Malignant brain tumors very rarely metastasize outside of the brain, but they often spread beyond the margins of the resection and thus, may recur after treatment.[columbianeurosurgery.org] Irritation of a temporal lobe may lead to auditory or olfactory hallucinations.[britannica.com] Malignant brain tumors contain cancer cells, are usually fast growing and invade surrounding tissue.[columbianeurosurgery.org]

  • Glossopharyngeal Palsy

    However, it is rare that patients develop severe dysphagia owing to compressive symptoms only. 56 More concerning are thyroid malignancies.[nature.com] Disorders can manifest as a total loss of smell (anosmia), partial loss of smell (hyposmia), distortions (dysosmias), or spontaneous olfactory hallucinations (phantosmias)[bestpractice.bmj.com] Over time, her symptoms have lessened, but dysgeusia and snoring remain.[cambridge.org]

  • Occipital Lobe Tumor

    Other There are various other rare types of benign and primary malignant brain tumours. What causes brain tumours?[patient.info] hallucination’.[express.co.uk] ., touch) that would not be expected to cause pain dysgeusia distorted taste perception dysgraphia a writing disability that results in incorrectly spelled or written words[strokecenter.org]

  • Paraneoplastic Neurologic Syndrome

    […] cells in the nerve biopsy or more rarely in the CSF ( Figure 5 ).[bloodjournal.org] […] disturbances, gait ataxia, myoclonic jerking, memory loss, hallucinations, anxiety; 1yr later, MG.CRMP5; later AchRVGKC-complex, Hu, Ri, Yo, Ma-2, amphiphysinCell surface[nnjournal.net] […] categories: Miscellaneous (nonspecific) Rheumatologic Renal Gastrointestinal Hematologic Cutaneous Endocrine Neurologic/neuromuscular Miscellaneous (nonspecific) syndromes Fever, dysgeusia[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Meningeal Disorder

    – potential to spread; rarely spread outside CNS Treatment Surgical removal- should be 90% tumor removal to have positive effect on outcome Radiation therapy Chemotherapy[brainaacn.org] Irritation of a temporal lobe may lead to auditory or olfactory hallucinations.[britannica.com] ., touch) that would not be expected to cause pain dysgeusia distorted taste perception dysgraphia a writing disability that results in incorrectly spelled or written words[strokecenter.org]

  • Posterior Fusion of Lumbosacral Vertebrae-Blepharoptosis Syndrome

    […] prognosis with respect to malign lesions, more frequently encountered in this area.[nature.com] Irritation of a temporal lobe may lead to auditory or olfactory hallucinations.[britannica.com] ., touch) that would not be expected to cause pain dysgeusia distorted taste perception dysgraphia a writing disability that results in incorrectly spelled or written words[strokecenter.org]

  • Hereditary Congenital Facial Paresis Type 1

    We should be aware of the fact that not every mass in poaterior fossa is malignant.[file.scirp.org] 1 infection Clinical Features Onset Paralysis: Progresses to maximal defecit over 3 to 72 hours Pain (50%): Near mastoid process Excess tearing (33%) Other: Hyperacusis; Dysgeusia[163.178.103.176] Irritation of a temporal lobe may lead to auditory or olfactory hallucinations.[britannica.com]