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183 Possible Causes for Expressive Aphasia, Muscle Weakness

  • Myasthenia Gravis

    Muscle weakness can involve any voluntary muscle.[] aphasia.[] Proximal muscle weakness is more often seen than distal muscle weakness.[]

  • Stroke

    She was discharged on Coumadin (warfarin) five days after the onset of stroke, recovered with only mild expressive aphasia, and returned to work within four months, on a course[] Being immobile also can lead to muscle weakness and decreased muscle flexibility. Problems swallowing and pneumonia .[] To quickly assess for expressive aphasia, ask the patient to name common objects, such as a pen, a watch, or a key.[]

  • Carotid Artery Dissection

    BACKGROUND: A 38-yr-old man developed the acute onset of expressive aphasia and right hemiparesis during the performance of an advanced aerobatic flight maneuver.[] weakness Dyspohonia Dysphagia Dysarthria Note that although rare, unilateral arm pain or weakness(usually C5-C6) can result from cervical root involvement, or spinal epidural[] weakness in a focal pattern, abnormal taste perception, pulsatile tinnitus occurring in 25% of all cases and other symptoms that are typical of a migraine such as scintillating[]

  • Glioblastoma Multiforme

    Brain cancer symptoms Common symptoms of brain cancer may include headache , blurred or double vision, hearing loss, nausea or vomiting , memory loss , seizures, muscle weakness[] His development of expressive aphasia and mood disturbances over a relatively brief time period are all worrisome for central nervous system neoplasia.[] Tumors frequently cause subtle personality changes and memory loss or, again, depending on location, muscle weakness and disturbances in speech and language. 3.[]

  • Leptomeningeal Metastasis

    Physical examination also revealed mild paresis of the upper arm muscles and the muscles involved in dorsiflexion of the left foot.[] Over the next week, she had two transient episode of difficulty getting words out (known as an expressive aphasia ) that resolved spontaneously after several minutes.[] weakness Glossopharyngeal: Hearing loss and vertigo Vagus: Difficulty swallowing and/or speaking Spinal accessory: Shoulder weakness Hypoglossal: Difficulty speaking (due[]

  • Paresis

    Paresis is the medical term for partial or mild paralysis, usually described as muscle weakness. This is a common symptom of multiple sclerosis .[] Mental status examination Findings Location of lesion Clinical features Broca aphasia ( motor aphasia , expressive aphasia ) Broca area , frontal lobe Telegraphic and grammatically[] CONCLUSIONS: Our findings suggest that rTMS by itself can potentially improve muscle weakness in functional neurological paresis disorder.[]

  • Muscular Atrophy

    Mutation p.Pro244Leu, not described so far, was identified in a patient with a mild form of SMA and more distal distribution of muscle weakness.[] Expressive aphasia is reflected in odd choices of words, the use of partial phrases, disjointed clauses, and incomplete sentences.[] The four main types of spinal muscular atrophies cause various degrees of muscle weakness and wasting.[]

  • Receptive Aphasia

    weakness, global intellectual disability, or other specific neurological disorders.[] Expressive aphasia is also confused with apraxia of speech.[] The muscles of the lips, tongue, palate and vocal cords cannot be used properly. Talking is unclear, monotonous, nasal and voice production is weak.[]

  • Hemiplegic Migraine

    aphasia and right sensorimotor hemiplegia), lasting for more than 10 days.[] The motor or muscle weakness typically goes away after an hour and happens more often in the arms than in the legs.[] Hemiplegic migraine is characterised by temporary muscle weakness down one side of the body. Hemi- meaning half & -plegic meaning paralysis.[]

  • Arnold Chiari Malformation

    Arnold-Chiari malformation Pathology Type Hernia Cause(s) Congenital or genetic Symptoms Headaches , ringing in ears, dizziness , nausea , nystagmus , face pain , muscle weakness[] A verbal analysis test revealed her word comprehension and expression remained intact and she had no sign of aphasia, but mild to moderate signs of cerebellar dysarthria.[] weakness Numbness or other abnormal feeing in your arms or legs Dizziness Vision problems Difficulty swallowing Ringing or buzzing in your ears (tinnitus) Hearing loss Vomiting[]

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