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1,477 Possible Causes for Epileptiform Activity, Hyperreninemia, Visual Hallucination

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    However, little is currently known about the modulation of these networks by epileptiform activity, such as interictal spikes and seizures.[] In a study published this week in Medical Humanities, the authors feel that temporal lobe epilepsy is a more likely explanation as it can produce complex visual hallucinations[] These visual illusions differ from the visual hallucinations associated with occipital lobe seizure in that there is no formed visual image.[]

    Missing: Hyperreninemia
  • Epilepsy

    It remains unclear whether seizures and epileptiform activity on the EEG are causative or comorbid.[] , such as blindness, visual hallucinations, illusions, and distorted scenery like macropsia, where everything surrounding you seems larger than normal.[] Through an accurate Video-EEG polygraphic analysis, we demonstrated that seizures are related to an abnormal increase of epileptiform activity after eye-closure or loss of[]

    Missing: Hyperreninemia
  • Panayiotopoulos Syndrome

    EEG revealed an abnormal pattern with recurrent multifocal epileptiform activity over the bilateral occipital and frontal regions during sleep.[] Complex visual hallucinations, visual illusions and other symptoms resulting from more anterior ictal spreading rarely occur from the start.[] During non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep, the EEG showed epileptiform activity of continuous spike-wave greater than 85% ( Fig 2 ).[]

    Missing: Hyperreninemia
  • Epileptic Aura

    The lack of epileptiform activity on interictal EEGs is troublesome, and a positive video-EEG recording during an attack would have been more convincing.[] The elementary visual hallucinations detailed cannot be anything else but visual seizures.[] The cerebral cortex is the only area from which epileptiform activity arises with any frequency.[]

    Missing: Hyperreninemia
  • Focal Onset Impaired Awareness Seizure

    EEG technologists may use activation procedures such as hyperventilation and photic stimulation to enhance the ability of EEG to detect epileptiform activity.[] BACKGROUND: A complex partial seizure can cause a variety of visual system signs and symptoms, including visual hallucinations, dilated pupils, and changes in vision.[] The duration of loss of consciousness could not be quantified but she regained consciousness without intervention but had visual and auditory hallucinations.[]

    Missing: Hyperreninemia
  • Limbic Encephalitis

    Electroencephalography showed focal or generalized slowing and/or epileptiform activity, maximal in the temporal regions, in all 22 patients tested.[] We present a 66-year-old woman with 2 months of visual hallucinations, unintentional weight loss, and short-term memory decline, whose clinical presentation and EEG supported[] During the prodrome of FBDS alone, patients had normal sodium and brain MRIs, but electroencephalography demonstrated ictal epileptiform activity in 7 patients (24%).[]

    Missing: Hyperreninemia
  • Hyponatremia

    In this setting, release of both antidiuretic hormone (ADH) (increases renal permeability to water) and renin (increases renal sodium retention) occurs.[]

    Missing: Visual Hallucination
  • Generalized Clonic or Tonic-Clonic Seizures

    epileptiform activity.[] Virtually any movement, sensory, or emotional symptom can occur as part of a partial seizure, including complex visual or auditory hallucinations.[] Jacksonian march (“march of convulsions”): progressive involvement of muscle groups Sensory and psychiatric symptoms Visual (e.g., hallucinations , micropsia, macropsia) Somatic[]

    Missing: Hyperreninemia
  • Alcohol Hallucinosis

    Activity and Neuronal Activity 93 Summary 102 The Clinical Manifestations and Treatment of Acute Alcohol Intoxication 108 Pharmacological Considerations 110 Measurement of[] Brust First published July 1, 1984, DOI: Abstract During alcohol withdrawal, a man totally blind following ocular trauma experienced formed visual hallucinations (“alcoholic[] See also hallucinosis. alcoholic hallucinosis A rare, acute mental syndrome which is characterised by vivid auditory and visual hallucinations that occur shortly after the[]

    Missing: Hyperreninemia
  • Dementia with Lewy Bodies

    Electroencephalogram (EEG) was negative for epileptiform activity. A diagnosis of seizure in the setting of dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) was deemed probable.[] […] that contribute to the manifestation of visual hallucinations in DLB.[] We describe a patient with prodromal dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) presenting with drug-induced visual hallucinations (VHs).[]

    Missing: Hyperreninemia

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