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1,183 Possible Causes for Encephalomalacia, Focal Epileptiform Discharges, Limb Joint Contracture

  • Stroke

    In contrast, DWI remains elevated due to persistent high T2/FLAIR signal ( T2 shine through ), unless hemorrhage ( T2 blackout ) or cystic encephalomalacia 10.[] […] disuse of the limb with the use of splints or other tools to stabilize the joint.[] Ictal The presence of focal, rhythmic epileptiform discharges is the most characteristic feature of the scalp EEG in patients with focal seizures, showing spatial correlation[]

  • Hypoxic-Ischemic Brain Injury

    Magnetic resonance imaging findings were suggestive of encephalomalacia with cystic changes due to hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy.[] Ictal In the presence of focal seizures, focal rhythmic epileptiform discharges are seen, showing spatial correlation with the area of brain injury from which focal seizures[] […] tumors increases the possibility of detection of epileptiform discharges) 16.[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture
  • Persistent Vegetative State

    Keywords Deep Brain Stimulation Encephalomalacia Visual Pursuit Decompressive Hemicraniectomy Simple Order These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.[] Limbs severely spastic and contractured, with flexion at the shoulder, elbow and wrist joints as well as rigid equinovarus positioning of the legs.[]

  • Epilepsy

    The cellular neurophysiologic correlate of an interictal focal epileptiform discharge in single cortical neurons is the paroxysmal depolarization shift (PDS).[] (EEG) hallmark of focal-onset seizures is the focal interictal epileptiform spike or sharp wave.[] For a review, see the epilepsy book of Rho, Sankar, and Cavazos. [5] For a more recent review, see Kramer and Cash. [6] Pathophysiology of focal seizures The electroencephalographic[]

    Missing: Encephalomalacia Limb Joint Contracture
  • Cerebral Embolism

    […] see also Embolism, brain) 434.1 intracranial (see also Embolism, brain) 434.1 meninges (see also Embolism, brain) 434.1 vessels of brain (see also Embolism, brain) 434.1 Encephalomalacia[] Occlusion, retina) 362.30 septic 449 specified site NEC 444.89 vertebral (see also Occlusion, artery, vertebral) 433.2 brain 434.1 cerebral (see also Embolism, brain) 434.1 encephalomalacia[]

    Missing: Focal Epileptiform Discharges Limb Joint Contracture
  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    Head injury producing contusion or haemorrhage that results in encephalomalacia or cortical scarring. Hamartomas. Gliomas.[] ., abnormally increased paired‐pulse suppression and an abnormally high resistance to generating epileptiform discharges in response to afferent stimulation.[] Ictal EEG usually demonstrates epileptiform activity over the temporal areas. Prognosis and Treatment The course of autosomal dominant focal epilepsy is variable.[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture
  • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

    The full text of this article hosted at is unavailable due to technical difficulties. Evidence‐Based Diagnostics Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Systematic Review and Meta‐analysis Describing the Diagnostic Accuracy of History, Physical Examination, Imaging, and Lumbar Puncture With an Exploration of[…][]

    Missing: Focal Epileptiform Discharges Limb Joint Contracture
  • Temporal Arteritis

    Temporal arteritis is a form of systemic vasculitis that involves branches of the carotid artery. Clinical features are headache, visual loss, ophthalmoplegia, jaw claudication, temporal headache, with tenderness and thickening on the affected temporal artery. We present 3 cases of tongue necrosis due to this[…][]

    Missing: Focal Epileptiform Discharges Limb Joint Contracture
  • Hyperlipidemia

    We describe a patient who presented on two occasions with severe hypobicarbonatemia and an associated high anion gap on enzymatic analysis. She also had profound hyperlipidemia. Her low bicarbonate was shown to be factitious by analysis of her blood using a direct ion-selective electrode method. Reanalysis of blood[…][]

    Missing: Focal Epileptiform Discharges Limb Joint Contracture
  • Herpes Simplex Encephalitis

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the patient’s brain showed an area of encephalomalacia in keeping with her previous surgery.[] An epileptiform abnormality was present in 21 of 28 patients (75%): periodic lateralised epileptiform discharges (PLEDs) in 14 patients (50%), non-periodic focal epileptiform[] Eventually, it results in marked cystic encephalomalacia and volume loss in affected areas.[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture

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