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177 Possible Causes for Dyskinesia, Thrust Tongue

  • Meige Syndrome

    Typical symptoms include involuntary blinking (blepharospasms), chin thrusting, tongue protrusion, squinting, light sensitivity and muddled speech.[] 2015 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 333.82 Orofacial dyskinesia 2015 Billable Thru Sept 30/2015 Non-Billable On/After Oct 1/2015 ICD-9-CM 333.82 is a billable medical code that can[] The dominant symptoms involve involuntary eye blinking and chin thrusting.[]

  • Athetoid Cerebral Palsy

    Feeding may be difficult, and tongue thrust and drooling may be prominent. Speech is typically affected.[] […] movements of the fingers or the face Dystonia - Slow rotating movements of the torso, arms or legs Chorea - Sudden spasms in fingers and toes Rigidity - Limited movement Dyskinesia[] thrusting which may lead to swallowing problems, drooling and slurred speech, a condition known as dysarthria.[]

  • Orofacial Dyskinesia

    The victim of this condition grimaces, thrusts his tongue, swings his jaw and makes chewing motions.[] Disturbances in the proprioception following loss of tooth may be a contributory factor for edentulous dyskinesia.[] […] of the pelvis (duck-like gait) Jaw swinging Repetitive chewing Rapid eye blinking Tongue thrusting Restlessness When TD is diagnosed, the health care provider will either[]

  • Late-onset Depression

    […] of the pelvis (duck-like gait) Jaw swinging Repetitive chewing Rapid eye blinking Tongue thrusting Restlessness When TD is diagnosed, the health care provider will either[] Rare Disease Database: Tardive Dyskinesia. Slotema CW, van Harten PN, Bruggeman R, Hoek HW.[] Symptoms associated with tardive dyskinesia usually involve repetitive, involuntary movements such as: uncontrollable movements of the tongue, jaw, or lips writhing, twisting[]

  • Drug-induced Dystonia

    […] may be pronounced and sustained spasms of eye deviation (Oculogyric crisis) Backward (retrocollic) or horizontal (torticollic) head postures Involuntary jaw opening with tongue[] Dyskinesia Risk factors for the development of tardive dyskinesia are older age, female sex, and the presence of affective disorders.[] Drug-induced dyskinesia (disorder) Drug-induced dystonia Drug-induced dystonia (disorder) Drug-induced orofacial dyskinesia Drug-induced orofacial dyskinesia (disorder) Drug-induced[]

  • Narcolepsy

    The brain MRI was normal. 24h video-EEG monitoring revealed no abnormal slow or epileptiform discharge on interictal EEG, and no EEG change during tongue thrusting, dropping[] […] stimulants–eg, methylphenidate, dextroamphetamine or tricyclic antidepressants that inhibit re-uptake of norepinephrine and serotonin; MAOIs may eventually cause tardive dyskinesia[] Within 6 months of onset, spontaneous grimaces or jaw-opening episodes with tongue thrusting (often a precursor of later developing cataplexy) is a common symptom in individuals[]

  • Senile Chorea

    Typically in tardive dyskinesia there are: (1) chewing and sucking movements or the mouth and tongue (oro-bucco-lingual dyskinesia). (2) thrusting movements of the pelvis,[] , Paroxysmal Dyskinesia, Paroxysmal Paroxysmal Dyskinesia Paroxysmal Dyskinesias Chorea , Benign Hereditary Benign Hereditary Chorea Benign Hereditary Choreas Choreas, Benign[] When severe, dyskinesias can affect breathing, swallowing, or speech, and interfere with walking and activities of daily living.[]

  • Rett Syndrome

    Common tardive dyskinesia movements include, but are not limited to: facial tics, grimacing, eye blinking, lip smacking, tongue thrusting, moving one’s head back or to the[] On reviewing the clinical features of the reported patients with the same mutation in the STXBP1 gene, it has been observed that poor eye contact, tremour, dyskinesia, head[] They have also been used to study processes underlying motor complications, particularly dyskinesia, and for developing pharmacological approaches to dyskinesia avoidance[]

  • Huntington's Disease

    ), and inability to sustain a motor act (motor impersistence), such as tongue protrusion or grasping.[] Dyskinesia and hyperkinesia of the tongue and the peri-oral musculature make it impossible for the patient to wear a conventional complete denture, despite an adequate alveolar[] The patient is a 54-year old man presenting with progressive cognitive impairment and mild orofacial dyskinesia. 18F-FDG PET/CT of the brain revealed a severe bilateral hypometabolism[]

  • Movement Disorder

    His examination showed tongue thrusting, decreased responsiveness, and hypotonia without fever.[] We describe a 13-year-old girl who had features of both paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia and paroxysmal nonkinesigenic dyskinesia that was misdiagnosed as refractory epilepsy[] AIM: To compare physiological age-relatedness between dyskinesia (dystonia/choreoathetosis), dystonia and ataxia rating scale scores in healthy children.[]

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