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63 Possible Causes for Expressive Aphasia, Numbness of the Hand

  • 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[web.archive.org] Stroke survivors may also have numbness or strange sensations.[ninds.nih.gov] To quickly assess for expressive aphasia, ask the patient to name common objects, such as a pen, a watch, or a key.[americannursetoday.com]

  • Parietal Lobe Tumor

    If a person had a tumor in this area, they would have an expressive aphasia, where they would have difficulty communicating what they want to say.[sharecare.com] The only symptoms he has are milde focal seizures and numbness in his right hand.[cancercompass.com] […] in the left hand and an episode of dizziness whilst at home, duration of symptoms was of 15 minutes and then resolved entirely.[archivespsy.com]

  • Subdural Hematoma

    Discussion Our literature search revealed 34 cases of SDH associated with expressive aphasia, as summarized in Table 1.[practicalneurology.com] He was awake and alert with severe expressive aphasia, and mild right facial droop and right pronator drift were present.[practicalneurology.com] Case Presentation A 59-year-old Caucasian man with metastatic lung cancer presented to the emergency department with expressive aphasia.[practicalneurology.com]

  • 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.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Migrainous Stroke

    "She appears to have an aphasia, [or] problem with expressive language, and right-sided facial weakness.[abcnews.go.com] My face had drooped the first day, I had visual distortion, numbness & tingling in my left hand, arm, and leg, paralysis, etc., etc.[caring.com] Somatosensory aura, though uncommon, consists of perioral paresthesias and/or numbness and tingling of hands or feet (or both) [ 1 – 5 ].[ijponline.biomedcentral.com]

  • Cerebral Embolism

    One month after presentation, there was no expressive aphasia, and visual fields were full to confrontation testing.[pediatrics.aappublications.org]

  • Subacute Combined Degeneration of Spinal Cord

    aphasia Aboulia parietal lobe : Receptive aphasia Hemispatial neglect Gerstmann syndrome Astereognosis occipital lobe : Bálint's syndrome Cortical blindness Pure alexia temporal[ipfs.io] People have general weakness, tingling and numbness in the hands and feet, and stiff limbs and may become irritable, drowsy, and confused.[merckmanuals.com] […] of hands.[connection.ebscohost.com]

  • Acquired Disorder

    In another form, called Broca’s or expressive aphasia, the patients are able to understand, but their speech is very slow and labored (nonfluent).[sj-r.com] People with RA in their upper cervical spine may have radiating pain in their head and neck, numbness in their hands or feet, and respiratory problems.[spineuniverse.com] In one of the forms of aphasia, called Wernicke’s aphasia or receptive aphasia, the patients may not be able to understand what someone else saying, and their speech is nonsensical[sj-r.com]

  • Paradoxical Embolism

    We report a 32-year-old man who presented with an abrupt onset of right facial weakness and expressive aphasia.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Payment, M.D. 39 Citing Articles Figure 1 An obese 46-year-old man came to the emergency room with the acute onset of numbness and a cold feeling in both hands; he had had[nejm.org] Neurological examination revealed expressive aphasia, right hemianopsia, right central facial paralysis and right-sided paresis with a National institute of Health Stroke[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Central Nervous System Disorder

    Comprehension is typically only mildly to moderately impaired in expressive aphasia.[ranker.com] Sensory nerve damage may result in a general sense of numbness, especially in the hands and feet.[columbianeurosurgery.org] […] in the hands and feet of the body as the result of nerve damage.[wikihow.com]

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