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13 Possible Causes for Epilepsy, Meningomyelocele, Toe-Walking Gait

  • Cerebral Palsy

    Spinal cord dysfunction may be a result of spinal cord injury, spina bifida (meningomyelocele), or a congenital spinal cord malformation.[] […] one foot or leg dragging; walking on the toes, a crouched gait, or a “scissored” gait; and muscle tone that is either too stiff or too floppy.[] We describe the first clinical case with a 1.607 Mb duplication at 3q29 (chr3: 195,731,956-197,339,329), accompanied by severe intellectual disability, epilepsy, and cerebral[]

  • Foot Deformity

    Drop foot developed due to different levels of nerve injury associated with trauma or surgical operation in 18 (75 %) patients, and due to meningomyelocele in six (25 %) patients[] Clinical features Toe walking : an abnormal gait, characterized by impaired dorsiflexion ; the toes point downward, while the heels do not have contact to the ground.[] […] there was an overrepresentation of epilepsy in the treatment groups.[]

  • Hemiparesis

    We believe that it has the potential to replace conventional preoperative functional magnetic resonance imaging and transcranial magnetic stimulation in resective epilepsy[] Patients will not be able to walk from heel to toe or in a straight line. The gait of acute alcohol intoxication will resemble the gait of cerebellar disease.[] […] cauda equina 094.89 intracranial 094.89 spinal cord 094.89 Hemorrhage, hemorrhagic (nontraumatic) 459.0 Heubner's disease 094.89 Meningoencephalocele 742.0 syphilitic 094.89 Meningomyelocele[]

  • Arthrogryposis due to Muscular Dystrophy

    Epilepsy Spina Bifida Friedreichs Ataxia Achondraplasia Achondraplasia is one of the most common forms of short limb dwarfism.[] Gastro-soleus TFL **Contractors of these two corresponds to gait deviations of toe-walking and an increased BOS What is the pathology of SMA?[] Differential Diagnoses Faciocardiomelic syndrome Maternal multiple sclerosis Maternal autoantibodies Marden-Walker syndrome Meckel syndrome Meningomyelocele Mietens syndrome[]

  • Distal Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 3

    Syndrome Spastic Paraplegia 17 Spastic Paraplegia With Amyotrophy Of Hands And Feet SPG17 270685 Genetic Test Registry Spinal Muscular Atrophy With Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsy[] : Trendelenburg, hyperlordosis, may walk on toes as compensatory maneuver to promote knee extension Positive Gower sign Decreased or absent muscle stretch reflexes Ankle contractures[] Central nervous system (CNS) malformations (0.49/1,000) such as hydrocephalus and meningomyelocele were more prevalent than spinal muscular atrophy (0.13/1,000), congenital[]

  • Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

    Differential Diagnoses Faciocardiomelic syndrome Maternal multiple sclerosis Maternal autoantibodies Marden-Walker syndrome Meckel syndrome Meningomyelocele Mietens syndrome[] Toe-walking gait.[] The patient manifested with dysmorphic facial features and suffered from intractable epilepsy during the neonatal period.[]

  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    […] and Parasitic Diseases of the Nervous System E-2075 117 Neurologic Complications of Immunization E-2132 118 Paraneoplastic Neurologic Syndromes E-2142 119 ImmuneMediated Epilepsy[] Ask the patient to walk heel-to-toe (to elicit any gait ataxia). If there are unilateral signs - check V, VII, and VIII (cerebellopontine angle pathology).[] […] heart Meningioma 1 Meningioma Meningitis, meningococcal Meningitis Meningocele Meningococcemia Meningoencephalocele Meningoencephalocele-arthrogryposis-hypoplastic thumb Meningomyelocele[]

  • Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 2

    […] major topic was the re-evaluation of so called SMA plus types of childhood including diaphragmatic SMA (SMARD), SMA with (ponto-)cerebellar hypoplasia, SMA with myo-clonic epilepsy[] The initial reasons for clinical counseling are commonly the difficulties in walking (waddling gait and toe walking), and delayed motor milestones.[] […] sequence T-2 全前脳症シークエンス:holoprosencephaly sequence T-3 鎖骨下動脈血流遮断シークエンス:subclavian artery supply disruption sequence T-4 Pierre Robin症候群:Pierre Robin syndrome T-5 髄膜脳瘤・無脳症シークエンス:meningomyelocele[]

  • Congenital Genu Flexum

    […] the hip and clubfoot, or it may occur as part of a syndrome such as arthrogryposis multiplex congenita or Larsen syndrome, or it may occur in paralytic conditions such as meningomyelocele[] […] pattern Toe walking: can be physiologic up to 2 years Jumpers gait: Equinus foot, genu flexum and coxa flecta Crouched gait: Excessive dorsiflexion of the ankle and genu[] Adverse factors affecting survival include severe/profound mental retardation, epilepsy and type of CP.[]

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Type 2S

    Our physicians specialize in the full range of neurological conditions in children, adolescents, and adults – including stroke, epilepsy, headache, Parkinson’s disease, multiple[] […] high-stepping gait and ‘slapping’ of the feet on the floor while walking muscle wasting in the legs and arms poor balance and occasional falls loss of sensation, such as[] […] occur bilateral vocal cords paresis, although it is usually caused by diseases that affect central nervous system at first, such as hydrocephaly, Chiari malformation and meningomyelocele[]

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