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1,848 Possible Causes for Early Repolarization, Myoclonic Jerking, Spastic Gait

  • Wilson Disease

    jerking similar to that seen in progressive myoclonic syndrome.[] Spastic dystonia disorders manifest as mask-like facies, rigidity, and gait disturbance [ Svetel et al 2001 ].[] […] lesions Abdominal imaging findings are neither sensitive nor specific Resting ECG abnormalities include left ventricular or biventricular hypertrophy, early repolarization[]

  • Menkes Disease

    jerks, and multifocal epileptiform activity on the EEG.[] […] lesions Abdominal imaging findings are neither sensitive nor specific Resting ECG abnormalities include left ventricular or biventricular hypertrophy, early repolarization[] Seizure types included multifocal clonic seizures (n 3), myoclonic jerks (n 4) and tonic spasms (n 1).[]

  • Cocaine Abuse

    Effects of cocaine abuse on the oral mucosa are still poorly defined. Herein, a case of an 18-year-old male patient with a 15-day history of persistent painful ulcers and aphthous lesions of unknown etiology and with no other remarkable manifestations, is presented. All of the laboratory tests performed showed to[…][]

    Missing: Spastic Gait
  • Alpers Syndrome

    Epilepsia partialis continua (EPC) is a specific type of motor seizures in which myoclonic jerks of a one part of a body occur for hours or even days.[] The jerks are sometimes referred to as ‘myoclonic jerks’.[] Our patient’s illness had begun seven months ago with sudden onset of focal myoclonic jerks which was culminated in a generalized myoclonic status epilepticus three days later[]

    Missing: Early Repolarization
  • Tay-Sachs Disease

    At 3 to 6 months decreased eye contact. twitchy eyes (myoclonic jerks). difficulty focusing on objects. excessive startling by sharp but not necessarily loud noises.[] They develop cognitive, motor, speech, and swallowing difficulties; unsteadiness of gait ( ataxia), and spasticity.[] At 3-6 months of age motor weakness, myoclonic jerks and an exaggerated startle reaction are usually the presenting features followed by developmental retardation and regression[]

    Missing: Early Repolarization
  • Demyelinating Disease

    A 17 year old girl died after an illness characterized by progressive mental deterioration and severe myoclonic jerks.[] We describe herein the case of a 57 year old man who, over the last five years, has presented ataxic and spastic gait on the right side, a reduction in fine motor movement[] , gait and balance disturbance).[]

    Missing: Early Repolarization
  • Muscle Spasticity

    Reflexes become exaggerated, and leg cramps, twitches, and spasms occur, making leg movements stiff and jerky (called a spastic gait).[] […] and improving gait speed in patients post stroke.[] Focal muscle vibration with adequate parameters may facilitate gait rehabilitation in patients with lower limb spasticity.[]

    Missing: Early Repolarization
  • Myoclonic-Astatic Epilepsy

    Progressive spasticity is frequently seen in older children and adolescents with Dravet syndrome, often associated with the development of crouch gait. [6] Causes may include[] The involvement of these structures might predispose to the typical seizure semiology of myoclonic jerks observed in MAE.[] jerks, by using burst-locked EEG averaging where necessary.[]

    Missing: Early Repolarization
  • Myoclonic Jerking

    ., adj myoclon ic. A single myoclonic arm or leg jerk is normal when the person is falling asleep. Myoclonic jerks are severe with grand mal seizures.[] , aphasia, shuffling gait, and adducted thumbs (MASA) syndrome, Spastic MARS2 Combined oxidative phosphorylation deficiency NIPA1 Spastic paraplegia PLP1 Pelizaeus-Merzbacher[] When falling asleep, it is common for people to experience a type of myoclonic jerk known as a hypnic jerk.[]

    Missing: Early Repolarization
  • Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis

    As the disease progressed additional symptoms appeared and included bradykinesia, limb stiffness, gait disturbances, dysarthria, clumsiness, spasticity, myotonic jerks, seizures[] jerk and visual impairment.[] gait type 2 Spastic paraparesis type 2 Spastic paraplegia - intellectual deficit - thin corpus callosum Spastic paraplegia - Paget disease of bone Spastic paraplegia - retinal[]

    Missing: Early Repolarization