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361 Possible Causes for Dyslexia, Tremor

  • Essential Tremor

    When assessing a child with tremor, it is paramount to evaluate the phenomenology of the tremor, determine the presence or absence of other neurologic signs and symptoms,[] People with tremor, dyslexia, Alzheimer's, or poor eyesight can ... read more DBS Treatment May Slow the Progression of Parkinson's Tremor in Early-Stage Patients June 29,[] Essential tremor is characterized by slow progressive tremors during movement.[]

  • Ataxia

    Case description: The patient was a 53-year-old female farmer with severe tremor in the upper limbs at rest that worsens with movement, tremor in the jaw and tongue, and generalized[] Brain 2001 ; 124:60–66 Crossref , Medline , Google Scholar 74 Nicolson RI, Fawcett AJ, Dean P: Developmental dyslexia: the cerebellar deficit hypothesis.[] We report on a 61-year-old woman and on a 55-year-old man who had history of recent fever, who were hospitalized because of acute severe truncal ataxia, opsoclonus and tremor[]

  • Cerebellar Infarction

    Abstract We report a 67-year-old man who developed yes/yes head tremor without appendicular tremor six weeks after right occipital and bilateral cerebellar infarction.[] Damage to this area results in a Wernicke-type aphasia with associated dyslexia and right hemianopia due to concomitant left occipital infarction.[] Abstract We describe a case of bilateral olivary hypertrophy and palatal tremor after unilateral cerebellar infarction.[]

  • Stimulant

    Arm-drop of arm position was indicated by the arm longitudinal rotation axis (ALoRA), and tremor was indicated by the overall vector of dynamic body acceleration (VeDBA).[] : The Man Who Drew Eloise 36 MIN Jane Fonda in Five Acts 2 HR 14 MIN Jim: The James Foley Story 1 HR 52 MIN John McCain: For Whom The Bell Tolls 1 HR 20 MIN Journey Into Dyslexia[] Stature (patients were above 97.5% height for age), muscle consistency, and tremor indicated chromosome analysis.[]

  • Attention Deficit Disorder

    ., motor or vocal tics, asymmetry or abnormality of reflexes or motor tone, tremors) "Soft signs" Subtle neurological signs including difficulty with sequencing, dysrhythmia[] (GII), mean age 10 years; 16 scholars with developmental dyslexia associated to attention deficit disorders and hyperactivity (GIII), mean age 9.9.[] […] and adverse effects Many adverse events have been reported: dry mouth, gastro-intestinal disturbances, taste disturbance; insomnia (reduced by avoiding dose at bedtime), tremor[]

  • Cerebral Palsy

    He had nystagmus and psychomotor delay since infancy and tremor with ataxia developing gradually.[] […] failure to thrive caused by feeding problems or constipation, seizures, visual and auditory impairments, mental retardation, speech impairments, such learning deficits as dyslexia[] […] by 18 months seeming too stiff or too floppy (hypotonia) weak arms or legs fidgety, jerky or clumsy movements random, uncontrolled movements muscle spasms shaking hands (tremors[]

  • Lead Poisoning

    Rest tremor in advanced essential tremor: A post-mortem study of nine cases.[] Lead exposure in early childhood is linked to later increased risk for dyslexia and school failure.[] He also complained of blurred vision, lethargy, and tremor. CONCLUSIONS: On the basis of these data it appeared that these infarcts were attributable to lead poisoning.[]

  • Oligodendroglioma of the Brain

    Irritation : abnormal fatigue, weariness, absences and tremors, but also epileptic seizures.[] […] it often causes: Disturbances in the sense of touch Problems with balance and coordination Inability to maintain concentration and perception of sensory and visual senses Dyslexia[]

  • 48,XXYY Syndrome

    Tremor is a common finding in children and young adults with 48,XXYY syndrome.[] […] aggressiveness, communication difficulties), psychiatric problems (hyperactivity, depression, etc.) and general minor language and learning troubles (reading difficulty, dyslexia[] Attachment disorder Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Brain damage Cerebal palsy Challenging behaviour Conduct disorder Cornelia De Lange syndrome Downs syndrome Dyslexia[]

  • Benign Adult Familial Myoclonic Epilepsy

    Abstract Benign adult familial myoclonic epilepsy (BAFME) is an autosomal dominant condition characterized by cortical tremor and generalized seizures, mapped on chromosome[] Learning disability: An abnormal condition affecting children of normal or above-average intelligence, characterized by difficulty in learning fundamentals such as reading (dyslexia[] , familial essential myoclonus and epilepsy, familial benign myoclonus epilepsy of adult onset, and heredofamilial tremor and epilepsy.[]

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